Copper Kills the Coronavirus on Contact, so Why Isn’t Copper Everywhere?
Copper kills microbes on contact, but is it too expensive to use on more surfaces?
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Egret: A New, Natural Solution for Virus Prevention and Sterilization
Electrolyzed water solution provide nontoxic cleaning and sterilization.
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MIT Works on an Emergency Ventilator (E-Vent) Project
Engineers at MIT are developing solutions to ventilator shortages.
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Tech Giants Change Course on Information Impartiality During Pandemic
Companies take steps to tackle COVID-19 fraud and misinformation.
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New York and West Coast to Soon Have U.S. Navy Hospital Ships
The U.S. Navy ships will help relieve local hospitals by treating non-COVID 19 patients.
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Can We Learn From China's COVID-19 Drone Efforts?
Several drone companies worked to help with crowd control, logistics and combatting virus spread.
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HKUST Develops New Smart Anti-Microbial Coating in the Fight Against COVID-19
New smart anti-microbial coating in the fight against COVID-19.
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How ECMOs Work, Recent Advances in Technology
ECMOs have become needed machines to support late-stage coronavirus patients.
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The NBA Virus—Why Is COVID-19 Affecting So Many Basketball Players?
With all players touching the same basketball, are they spreading the virus?
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The Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19: What We Know So Far
Coronavirus COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2 FAQs.
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Tablet-Sized Heater Can Regulate Temperature of Diagnostic Samples
This pill-sized heater can eliminate the need for complex diagnostic equipment.
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Irish-Developed Kit Confirms COVID-19 Infection in 15 Minutes
AlphaBiolabs has created a COVID-19 testing kit that companies can use to test their employees.
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COVID-19: Can You Help Solve the Facemask Shortage?
Facemasks give vital protection to healthcare workers, but they are dangerously low on supplies.
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Survey: How Has the Coronavirus Affected You?
Tell us how COVID-19 has changed your world.
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Will the Coronavirus Go Away This Summer?
Scientists hope that summer will bring an end to the virus as they study heat and humidity.
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Solar-Powered Artificial Wings Can Flap Faster Than a Butterfly’s
Researchers have leveraged materials science to create a light-driven actuator.
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Precision and Surgeon Comfort Inspire New Robotic Arm Controller
Researchers develop new robotic arm controller to enhance robotic-assisted surgeries.
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Artificial Intelligence Program Creates Novel Antibiotic Compound
A machine-learning algorithm designed by MIT has produced a new antibiotic called halicin.
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How Technology Can Save Us from Coronavirus
From microscopes to webinars, tech can keep us informed, apart and healthy.
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Wipe it Down. COVID-19 Can Last Over 3 Days on Surfaces
Viruses found on plastic and stainless steel several days later
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