“Trump was exposed.
"If I'm exposed here, I can't expose my kids.
“It’s tough when you’ve never been exposed to it,” Grainger suggests.
A different version of the Aerochromics shirt changes permanently when exposed to radiation.
You have to think about, if they’re exposed, do they get infected?
Pei: I've been fortunate enough to be exposed to both Western and Asian culture.
As passengers all breathe the same air, they too will be exposed in all flights.
Moderna, for instance, exposed blood samples from people who'd received the company's vaccine to B.1.351.
First a solution called the developer changes the exposed particles of silver halide into black, metallic silver.
Each time the bees were exposed to a non-infected sample, they wouldn't get a reward (a process known as Pavlovian conditioning).
"Healthcare providers may be being exposed, other patients may be being exposed, and until you can give confidence to people about those answers, we are in a crisis here."
“By virtue of people participating in this sourcing activities engaging with this organization, they are exposed to networks that they were not exposed before,” says Winkelried.
We are specifically documenting workers who were exposed while treating or caring for patients with Covid-19 during the pandemic, or were exposed because they worked at a medical facility serving Covid-19 patients.
Still, when Moderna exposed blood samples taken from vaccinated people to the B.1.351 variant, its researchers found they developed six times fewer virus-neutralizing antibodies than samples exposed to other variants.
Salicylic-acid production showed the reverse trend, with plants exposed to healthy air samples before a whitefly attack producing very little of it and those exposed to air samples from infested plants producing a lot.
To keep track of which bees were being exposed to the different solutions, the researchers put colored powders at the entrance to the hives such that bees exposed to sunflower scent were stained blue and those exposed to jasmine were pink.
The further you stand away from someone, the fewer droplets you will be exposed to when someone sneezes or coughs in your direction. 1m only prevents you from being exposed to the largest of droplets, two metres reduces your exposure but doesn’t make it zero risk.
The best ways to do this are to isolate people who are ill, trace who sick people had contact with to find others who might have been exposed, quarantine anyone who may have been exposed to the virus, close schools and offices, and encourage people to avoid crowds.
"Healthcare providers may be being exposed, other patients may be being exposed, and until you can give confidence to people about those answers, we are in a crisis here," Yale professor Howard Forman, a radiologist and expert in healthcare management, told Business Insider.
The best ways to stymie the virus' spread are to test widely, isolate people who are ill, trace who sick people had contact with to find others who might have been exposed, quarantine anyone who may have been exposed to the virus, and encourage people to practice social distancing.