Friday, September 25, 2020

Trinity Business School use classroom skills to help real world crisis

COVID-19 remains the biggest crisis ever to face the aviation industry. Despite this Dublin Airport is open and facilitating...

Has Australia really had 60,000 undiagnosed COVID-19 cases?

Better funding models for aged care could improve safety and quality, argues UTS Professor Michael Woods.

Archaeology uncovers infectious disease spread – 4000 years ago

New bioarchaeology research from a University of Otago PhD candidate has shown how infectious diseases may have spread 4000 years ago

Rising infections: how is the University responding?

The infection rate is rising again in the Netherlands, which means it may also be rising among Leiden University’s students and staff.

Covid-19 research receives 8.4 million francs in national funding

The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) supports fifteen Bernese Covid-19 research projects totalling 8.4 million Swiss francs.

Record confirmed: UC home to nearly 47,000 students

The University of Cincinnati blew past its own enrollment projections this week as the official headcount landed at 46,798 students for fall semester.

Experimental vaccine that boosts antigen production shows promise against COVID-19

A bioengineering technique to boost production of specific proteins could be the basis of an effective vaccine against the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19

Free Trinity workshops to help businesses survive COVID-19

Trinity Business School has partnered with the leading business members’ group Ibec to launch a free series of workshops...

Could singing spread Covid-19?

If silence is golden, speech is silver – and singing the worst. Singing doesn’t need to be silenced, however...

Belgian COVID-19 patient re-infected only three months after the initial infection

A Belgian patient had COVID-19 twice. She was reinfected 93 days after the first infection and experienced symptoms in both occasions.
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