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As new influenza strains emerge, researchers struggle to speed vaccine development.
Advance could elminate the need for shots each year for evolving strains.
A startup hopes to use the new approach to make vaccines.
Researchers are developing quick-brew vaccines and ones that catch multiple strains of flu.
Scientists have made strides in predicting how influenza outbreaks will spread, but now the pressure is on for a breakthrough way to model how deadly new strains form.
Researchers are plotting strategies against the next major flu outbreak using clues from the 1918 virus.
Understanding how viruses evolve could help predict the next outbreak.
A broad-acting vaccine might be key.