Princeton researchers have been awarded a National Science Foundation RAPID grant to study how anxiety about COVID-19 influences how we learn and share information about the pandemic.
TCF Bank, in its efforts to provide crucial support to Minnesota's frontline health care workers and accelerate innovations directed at tackling the COVID-19 health crisis, has announced a $100,000 match incentive program in collaboration with University of Minnesota (UMN) Emergency Fund for Covid-19 response.
The results were published on 1st April 2020.
A point-of-care testing device that may help diagnose the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is under development by Weihua Guan, assistant professor of electrical engineering in Penn State's College of Engineering.
A new rapid-response study led by Duke University's Clinical Research Institute will evaluate whether hydroxychloroquine can prevent COVID-19 infections in healthcare workers at high risk of contracting the coronavirus. The $50 million Healthcare Worker Exposure Response and Outcomes (HERO) research program was announced today by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).
Rice University physicists and engineers receive National Science Foundation support to design, build and manage installation of next-generation sensors at the Large Hadron Collider.
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Board of Governors today approved up to $50 million to fund a registry and randomized clinical trial of the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) in preventing COVID-19 infections in US healthcare workers.
Previously scheduled to conclude in March 2020, the 10-year PREDICT project, part of USAID's Emerging Pandemic Threats Program, begins today a new six-month extension to provide emergency support to countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East for outbreak response including technical support for early detection of SARS CoV-2, the virus that causes the disease COVID-19.
AnalySwift LLC, a Purdue University-affiliated commercial software provider, has received a $240,000 Small Business Innovation Research program grant from the Navy.
Researchers are in the field in New York City, capturing highly detailed three-dimensional data on human movements and behaviors -- particularly around medical facilities, public transportation systems, and essential services -- to document the complex landscape of 'surface vectors' and thus opportunities for COVID-19 transmission. The technique updates the 2D technique in use since 1845. Their geo-spacial data will be shared for probabilistic modeling and optimization of municipal containment and mitigation efforts throughout the world.