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World’s top universities unite to tackle climate change amid COVID-19 challenge
Penn State engineer developing device that may be able to test for COVID-19
NYU researchers rush to capture human interactions with 3D data surfaces likely to carry COVID-19
Data and health scientists combine to create COVID-19 “heat map”
Increase in mid-year applications with Southern Cross University’s boosted online delivery
From Racing Cars to Ventilators… Queensland Ingenuity at its best
Foundational step towards a quantum internet
24/7 Cornell-wide effort rushes 3D-printed gear to Weill
Scientists tap unused energy source to power smart sensor networks
UW researchers need your coughs
A sure hand at scientific helm
Tips to make most of NBN, internet services
Global Victoria helps build Momentum to support girls in STEM
COVID-19 social distancing will drive remote collaboration innovation
How to help your relatives stay connected online during COVID-19
Heart attack on a chip: scientists model conditions of ischemia on a microfluidic device
GRIDD researchers take next step in COVID-19 vaccine development
Academy supports IAP Communiqué on COVID-19
New report tells grim story of heat, drought and fire
Penn State team explores creative solutions for health provider safety
Boeing Assists with COVID-19 Recovery and Relief Efforts
Double-walled nanotubes have electro-optical advantages
Ventilator costing less than $300 developed by Rice University and Metric Technologies
Researchers Develop Faster Way to Replace Bad Data With Accurate Information
Better, safer batteries
Cornell linked to three 51 Pegasi b astronomy postdocs
ID Manchester partner selection process progresses to final stage
‘Walk-quality’ improvement project gets ARC funding
UniSA working on ‘pandemic drone’ to detect coronavirus
Rice announces tuition for 2020-21 school year
Solving a 50-year-old puzzle in signal processing, part two
Entrepreneurship program for underrepresented groups in STEM to expand
Iowa State’s Nanovaccine Institute looks for new ways to protect public health
Engineers model mutations causing drug resistance
University launches action fund to support high-impact research in battle against COVID-19
Western Sydney University builds firm foundations for smart concrete
Smart Fever Screening System for Safeguarding Public Health
Combined social distancing measures prove effective in reducing spread of COVID-19
A Synchronization Approach to Sensing Using Many Oscillators to Make a Measurement
Tissues, paper towels and wipes can block toilets if flushed
WA science and industry leaders put their heads together to search for first stars and galaxies
Chesterton’s New Pump Test Rigs Offer State-of-the-Art Testing for Rotary Packing
Unearthing technical solutions for a low carbon future: CCS
NTU scientists transform ultra-tough pollen into flexible material
Defence provides additional assistance in response to COVID-19
Minister for Defence – Defence provides additional assistance in response to COVID-19
Building architecture industry’s capacity for remote work
University to trial new approaches to freight and mobility