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New Tool Seeks to Protect Those Reusing Coronavirus Masks
Coronavirus Masks
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New Tool Seeks to Protect Those Reusing Coronavirus Masks
A group of researchers launched a website that teaches healthcare workers everything they need to know about reusing coronavirus masks as safely as possible.
April 6, 2020

A group of researchers launched a website that teaches healthcare workers everything they need to know about reusing coronavirus masks as safely as possible.

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Genetic Evidence Debunks Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories, Scientists Say
Could the coronavirus be man made?
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Genetic Evidence Debunks Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories, Scientists Say
A team of researchers analyzed the COVID-19 coronavirus. Their findings debunk the conspiracy theory that the virus was lab-made.
April 5, 2020

A team of researchers analyzed the COVID-19 coronavirus. Their findings debunk the conspiracy theory that the virus was lab-made.

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Nonprofits Innovating in the Face of COVID-19
Nonprofits Innovating in the Face of COVID-19
Catalysts
Nonprofits Innovating in the Face of COVID-19
Wondering how you can help during the coronavirus? Here are five organizations that need your support, and how your donation could be doubled.
April 4, 2020

Wondering how you can help during the coronavirus? Here are five organizations that need your support, and how your donation could be doubled.

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Big Tobacco Announces "Breakthrough" in Plant-Based Coronavirus Vaccine
Plant-Based Coronavirus Vaccine
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Big Tobacco Announces "Breakthrough" in Plant-Based Coronavirus Vaccine
A plant-based coronavirus vaccine developed by a subsidiary of British American Tobacco is now undergoing pre-clinical testing.
April 4, 2020

A plant-based coronavirus vaccine developed by a subsidiary of British American Tobacco is now undergoing pre-clinical testing.

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A Promising Vaccine Candidate, New Mutual-Aid Networks, and More COVID-19 Updates
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A Promising Vaccine Candidate, New Mutual-Aid Networks, and More COVID-19 Updates
In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.
April 4, 2020

In our weekly news roundup, we take you inside the fight against COVID-19 to explore the solutions on the frontlines of an unprecedented global response.

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New Coronavirus Vaccine Candidate Creates Antibodies in Mice
New Coronavirus Vaccine
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New Coronavirus Vaccine Candidate Creates Antibodies in Mice
A new coronavirus vaccine candidate that delivers inoculation via a microneedle patch has shown promise in a peer-reviewed mouse study.
April 3, 2020

A new coronavirus vaccine candidate that delivers inoculation via a microneedle patch has shown promise in a peer-reviewed mouse study.

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Silicon Valley Fixes Broken Ventilators for Coronavirus Patients
Ventilators for Coronavirus Patients
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Silicon Valley Fixes Broken Ventilators for Coronavirus Patients
Silicon Valley-based Bloom Energy has refurbished hundreds of ventilators for coronavirus patients in just a few weeks — and it shows no signs of slowing down.
April 2, 2020

Silicon Valley-based Bloom Energy has refurbished hundreds of ventilators for coronavirus patients in just a few weeks — and it shows no signs of slowing down.

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New Coronavirus Test Offers Results in Minutes
new coronavirus test
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New Coronavirus Test Offers Results in Minutes
Abbott Laboratories’ new coronavirus test can tell if a person has COVID-19 in just five minutes — far faster than existing testing methods.
April 1, 2020

Abbott Laboratories’ new coronavirus test can tell if a person has COVID-19 in just five minutes — far faster than existing testing methods.

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New Study Boosts Case for At-Home Coronavirus Tests
at-home coronavirus tests
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New Study Boosts Case for At-Home Coronavirus Tests
A new study eliminates one major argument against at-home coronavirus tests: that patients won’t be able to collect usable samples themselves.
April 1, 2020

A new study eliminates one major argument against at-home coronavirus tests: that patients won’t be able to collect usable samples themselves.