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U.S. Now Leads the World in Coronavirus Cases

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The U.S. passed a grim milestone Thursday when it became the country with the most confirmed cases of the new coronavirus, overtaking both China and Italy. The U.S. now has...

British Prime Minister tests positive for Coronavirus

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Boris Johnson delivering a speech in London in June 2016. REUTERS/Toby MelvilleBoris Johnson, Prime Mininister of the United Kingdom, today tested positive for Covid-19, the nove...

How long does coronavirus live on different surfaces?

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More people are staying indoors to avoid contact with people potentially infected by Covid-19. But in light of a recent report from the US’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevent...

'Amazon for coronavirus' launches in France

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An online platform has launched in France that directly connects manufacturers of essential coronavirus healthcare equipment with hospitals on the front line. The site StopCOVID19....
'Amazon for coronavirus' launches in France

U.S. now has most coronavirus cases in the world

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Congratulations! The United States of America now has more coronavirus cases than any other country, at least as far as test results go. With 83,507 confirmed cases, according to t...

Microparticles: Promise for Transplant Rejection

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Inspired by a tactic cancer cells use to evade the immune system, University of Pittsburgh researchers have engineered tiny particles that can trick the body into accepting transpl...

Genetic Architecture of Gray Matter

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The cerebral cortex is the relatively thin, folded, outer gray matter layer of the brain crucial for thinking, information processing, memory, and attention. Not much has been reve...

The Harlem Globetrotters' Fred "Curly" Neal, RIP

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The legendary Fred Curly Neal of the Harlem Globetrotters died this morning. He was 77. I remember the first time I saw the Globetrotters as a kid in the late 1970s. I was disappoi...

Epidemic Spread: Accounting for Mutations

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As COVID-19 spreads worldwide, leaders are relying on mathematical models to make public health and economic decisions. advertisementA new model developed by Princeton and Carneg...

How Marine Species Respond to Warming Oceans

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Since pre-industrial times, the worlds oceans have warmed by an average of one degree Celsius (1°C). Now researchers report in Current Biology on March 26th that those rising t...

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