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NSWA throwing uni students into COVID-19 frontline
New report tells grim story of heat, drought and fire
Urgent Steps Needed To Protect Our Independent Tertiary Education Sector
Washington Post: Need reading glasses? Here is your frame of reference
10 Percent of U.S. Sites Report Worse than Expected Outcomes for Minimally Invasive Valve Procedure
Futuristic technology prints 1,000 face shield components per day
Learning from echoes of past plagues, poxes, flus
Testing rate fall leaves thousands at risk of hep C
Telehealth welcomed for heart disease patients during Covid-19-crisis
Researchers develop a novel wastewater treatment process to effectively remove health hazardous
A universal SMP gripper designed with massive and selective abilities
Australian Government provides additional funding to increase access to Lifeline crisis support services throughout COVID-19 outbreak
RACGP welcomes telehealth expansion to fight COVID-19
Penn State team explores creative solutions for health provider safety
Free COVID-19 online course re-launches to learners worldwide
A Welsh Food System Fit for Future Generations
University of Alberta Butterdome to house AHS assessment and treatment centre
5 tips for business survival in pandemic
Urgent fee relief available for Catholic school families
A breakthrough in an atlas of all human cells by ZJU scientists
Australians urged to come together to beat COVID-19
Look to garden to keep you busy and quiet your mind
ORNL scientists tap into AI to put a new spin on neutron experiments
Research shows evidence of broken time-reversal symmetry in superconducting UPt3
Coronavirus skeptics, deniers: Why some of us stick to deadly beliefs
Scene at MIT: Donations of personal protective equipment ready for local hospitals
FRQ to create a province-wide COVID-19 Biobank
Webcasts to offer COVID-19 advice to hospitality, labor
Five ways to create household harmony during lockdown
NASA Awards Artemis Contract for Gateway Logistics Services
Double-walled nanotubes have electro-optical advantages
Machine learning improves non-destructive materials testing
Energy-harvesting design aims to turn Wi-Fi signals into usable power
Minimum Safe Operations posture continues
COVID-19 Should Be Wake-Up Call for Robotics Research
University of Michigan’s Poverty Solutions releases Michigan COVID-19 Pandemic Resource Guide
Loners help society survive, say Princeton ecologists
Medical student inspired to write children’s book to explain coronavirus
Physicists test coronavirus particles against temperature, humidity
Through new partnership, University medical trainees given safe place to stay
Cornell Dairy helps replenish P&C Fresh milk stock
COVID-19 first target of new AI research consortium
How to navigate misinformation during a pandemic
Tom Meuser discusses efforts to assist older adults during COVID-19 crisis with Maine Public
Ventilator costing less than $300 developed by Rice University and Metric Technologies
COVID-19 – Patient Update (Friday 27 March 2020)
Coronavirus recession: How deep and how long?
Iowa State University prepares to volunteer critical equipment to health care professionals fighting