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Virus

Virus
WHERE DID IT COME FROM, AND HOW CAN WE BEAT IT?

It's 15,000 times smaller than a flea and we can kill it with a bar of soap - so how did a tiny, fragile virus change the world?
Our Price: €7.56
ISBN/EAN9781788452106
Stock: 2
Publisher: David Fickling Books
Pub. Date: July 30 2020
Author: Martynoga, Ben
Format: Paperback
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WHERE DID IT COME FROM, AND HOW CAN WE BEAT IT?

It's 15,000 times smaller than a flea and we can kill it with a bar of soap - so how did a tiny, fragile virus change the world?

Join science expert Dr Ben Martynoga and illustrator extraordinaire Moose Allain on a fascinating, sometimes funny, and occasionally scary journey through the world of viruses.

Explore the science behind viruses and the COVID-19 pandemic in a fascinating story of hijacked human cells and our own internal emergency services.

Along the way, you'll learn what viruses are, how they work, and how we can overcome - or at least learn to live alongside - those that do us harm.
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