The money from selling the NFT at auction would be used to help fund research at Penn Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania.

NFTs have taken the world by storm, and Medicine is the latest place where they are being used.

Together with the well-known scientist Dr. Drew Weissman, the University of Pennsylvania made an NFT of the mRNA vaccine that is helping people fight COVID-19.

“mRNA NFT: Vaccines For A New Era” is the name of the 3D digital piece that is the NFT.

The NFT shows how a cutting-edge mRNA vaccine fights diseases, in this case: COVID-19.

Christie’s New York would hold an online auction for the NFT. The digital art was made by Dr. Drew Weissman and the University of Pennsylvania. His groundbreaking work helped make mRNA vaccines possible.

In addition to the digital art, the NFT comes with the mRNA patent filings from the University of Pennsylvania and an original letter from Dr. Weissmant. There is also a storyboard that shows what the NFT shows.

The money from selling the NFT at auction would be used to help fund research at Penn Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania.

Peter Klarnet, Vice President and Senior Specialist in the Department of Books and Manuscripts at Christie’s, said in a statement, “We’ve all heard about mRNA vaccines in the news. This amazing NFT gives us an unprecedented look at this technology in action. It’s been a pleasure to work with the scientists at the University of Pennsylvania, whose work is saving millions of lives around the world. It’s also nice to know that the money from this sale will help Dr. Drew Weissman and his team use this new kind of vaccine to fight a wider range of diseases and relieve even more suffering.

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