Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Debate: Experts Responsibility in Media Coverage of the Coronavirus

How critical should journalists be? Can the relationship between expert and journalist become too close? Should the expert always participate?

Initial impact of COVID-19 on Florida commercial real estate operations

This is a chart analysis using the same data from the previous COVID-19 paper1 to focus specifically on the state of Florida and...

UBC researchers play pivotal role in confronting COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted challenges, exacerbated inequalities and sparked uncertainty for many.

Face to face learning is here to stay

Nyenrode Business University in the Netherlands has decided to buck the trend of schools running to tech, they believe face-to-face teaching is vital...

Food and COVID-19: preventive and supportive strategies for therapies

The team of scholars of the Department of Chemistry and Drug Technologies, in collaboration with the University of Naples Federico II...

Pharmacy School, City Partnership Provides Free Flu Shots to Angelenos

The USC School of Pharmacy has partnered with the City of Los Angeles to provide free flu vaccinations at various COVID-19 testing locations across the city.

Study: Therapy Leads to Fewer Hospital Readmissions for Pneumonia Patients

Pneumonia—inflammation in the lungs—has long been a leading cause of hospitalization and death in the United States, even before the pandemic.

Watch: Using AI to protect air passengers in a pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unparalleled crisis for the airline industry: International and domestic air travel has slowed considerably...

New book of poetry reflects on the Coronavirus crisis

A book of poetry capturing the mood and emotions of people caught up in the Coronavirus pandemic has been published thanks to a University of York professor.

Shift to online means universities and governments must act now to ensure no one...

Governments and universities need to take swift action to ensure no one is left behind in the shift to online teaching...
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