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All types of locations where people congregate to enforce social distancing and identify individuals with high temperatures on account of COVID-19.

Retailcustomerexperience.com May 27 2020 - 11:45

The coronavirus origin story just changed, as China confirmed the wet market in Wuhan wasn’t the source of COVID-19.

BGR May 27 2020 - 10:17

PRNewswire/ -- The uncertain times of COVID-19 has pushed one of Charlotte's largest and most popular breweries to re-examine all aspects of i

PR Newswire May 26 2020 - 06:53

Researchers have found a way to design an antibody that can identify the toxic particles that destroy healthy brain cells – a potential advance in

University of Cambridge May 25 2020 - 13:06

NEW YORK, May 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- PA Consulting and Hydroxyl Technologies Ltd seek commercial partners to rapidly manufacture a powerful devic

MarketWatch May 24 2020 - 23:36

There are two ways to tackle this problem- shield yourself or eliminate pathogens.

Entrepreneur May 21 2020 - 23:10

The authorities are looking into the possibility of "sewage surveillance" - or the sampling of used water for pathogens - as an early war

The Straits Times May 20 2020 - 22:17

George Washington University Hospital wants to renovate a unit originally designated for potential Ebola cases in the age of Covid-19.

The Business Journals May 20 2020 - 12:32

The BioVYZR 1.0 uses a motor-powered fan to push air through two filters.

Mail Online May 19 2020 - 07:58

S25 binds to the inner and outer membranes of Gram-negative bacteria to cause membrane damage and boost efficacy of all major antibiotic classes.

Nature May 18 2020 - 08:46

EmpirePromos ( recently highlighted its newest promotional product, the Adver-Mask: a highly customizable promotional mask that can be printed edge

YAHOO! May 18 2020 - 05:51

Coughs and sneezes might not be the only way individuals transmit infectious pathogens including the deadly novel coronavirus to each other.

International Business Times May 17 2020 - 04:05

There are theories that have circulated amid the novel coronavirus pandemic that using hand sanitizer too often can disrupt your immune system.

YAHOO! May 16 2020 - 17:20

Whether you are growing row crops on thousands of acres or in a small garden, your plants likely will encounter problems.

Gainesville May 16 2020 - 07:48

Coughs or sneezes may not be the only way people transmit infectious pathogens like the novel coronavirus to one another.

Daily Press May 15 2020 - 17:23

Now that we live in a legit 28 Days Later dystopia where the only thing missing is the zombies, you can probably understand why NASA would be paran

Syfy May 15 2020 - 00:23

The novel coronavirus is the world's most pressing health concern. But other threats remain — and are heightened by this current crisis.

WBUR May 14 2020 - 17:25

The strategy for the current Officer Training School class included prescreening the 305 officer trainees before and after they arrived for class a

AF.mil May 14 2020 - 03:56

Asma Ayari et al. report that mice infected with influenza A virus show persistent altered glucose metabolism.

Nature May 14 2020 - 02:27

Indonesia’s wildlife markets are “like a cafeteria for animal pathogens,” but they have resisted efforts to close even as China has shut its own ma

New York Times May 13 2020 - 02:19

Located just outside New York City, UVC Power was founded by Bruce Beutler, Eddie Wilson and Shawn Alexander – three men with backgrounds in engine

YAHOO! May 12 2020 - 13:37

A team of researchers at Princeton modeled the spread of pathogens through a population to look at how a symptom-less infection phase before sympto

Princeton University May 12 2020 - 08:24

Pathogenic plant fungi are likely to multiply and spread as rising temperatures warm soils, thereby accelerating climate change-induced crop losses

Cosmos May 12 2020 - 07:10

New research in Nature Climate Change provides evidence that rising temperatures are likely to increase crop losses as warmer soils favor the growt

Phys.org May 12 2020 - 05:51

As global temperatures rise over the coming decades, crop loss caused by pathogenic soil fungi is likely to significantly increase, potentially cos

The Star May 12 2020 - 01:24

As global temperatures rise over the coming decades, crop loss caused by pathogenic soil fungi is likely to significantly increase, potentially cos

China Internet Information Center May 12 2020 - 01:13

States are rolling back their plastic bag bans and restaurants are turning to single-use utensils to reopen in the face of the coronavirus pandemic

VICE May 11 2020 - 22:00

Plant pathogens threaten food security and ecosystem health.

Nature May 11 2020 - 08:15

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic carving its deadly path across the world, and no end in sight in the immediate future, researchers are working f

News Medical May 10 2020 - 19:44

Globalization, climate change and destruction of wildlife habitat facilitate emergence and spread of new pathogens.

Mercury News May 10 2020 - 06:27

As society tries to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic, some scientists hope a decades-old technology could zap pathogens out of the air in stor

Sun Sentinel May 9 2020 - 13:29

N95 / disposable mask supply With more than 1 million confirmed Covid19 cases worldwide, more countries are in confinement to slow the pandemic, an

ADOTAS May 8 2020 - 18:10

"Humans obviously cannot be cleaned like robots, so much more attention to spacesuits, human habitats and using robots as assistants is requir

Futurism May 8 2020 - 13:45

Accurate testing can save lives and help reopen America. What are the different coronavirus tests, how do they work, and who should take them?

Business Insider May 8 2020 - 12:56

Scientists hope a decades-old technology could play a vital role in containing the further spread of the infection, as society tries to rebound fro

International Business Times May 7 2020 - 21:40

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Asia Society May 7 2020 - 13:53

The novel coronavirus is the latest in a long list of pathogens that have jumped from animals to human beings, triggering pandemics that have kille

Axios May 7 2020 - 13:23

In some coronavirus patients, the body turns its attacks on itself. Anti-inflammatory drugs may be able to help stop this friendly fire.

National Geographic news May 7 2020 - 12:58

Ironically, the isolationism and quarantine necessary to protect human health is precisely the opposite of the kind of engagement and collaboration

Forbes May 7 2020 - 06:07

But there are scientists working hard to identify these jumps and help prevent deadly consequences – the virus hunters.

BBC May 7 2020 - 03:07

Humanity’s “promiscuous treatment of nature” needs to change or there will be more deadly pandemics such as Covid-19, warn scientists who have anal

The Guardian on MSN.com May 6 2020 - 23:36

Coxsackievirus B (CVB) enteroviruses are common human pathogens known to cause severe diseases including myocarditis, chronic dilated cardiomyopath

Science | AAAS May 6 2020 - 13:16

The scientists investigated the evolution of Campylobacter jejuni, a bacterium carried by chickens and cattle, and a leading cause of food poisonin

The New Indian Express May 6 2020 - 06:34

Most studies on sepsis and BSIs report an increasing incidence over the last two decades 3, particularly among the immunocompromised, multimorbid,

Nature May 6 2020 - 02:10

We’ve learned a heck of a lot about glycans because of that.” Now, “if you go to an HIV vaccine conference, it’s basically a very high-level glycob

Quanta Magazine May 5 2020 - 09:16

Honda today delivered 10 Odyssey minivans to the City of Detroit that have been specially outfitted to transport people potentially

PR Newswire May 5 2020 - 09:00

Certain bacteria, including the dangerous nosocomial pathogen MRSA, can protect themselves from acidic conditions in the body and thus ensure their

Phys.org May 5 2020 - 06:33

Through a meta-analysis of biotrophs, hemibiotrophs, and necrotophs, four scientists set out to find if the latent period of leaf fungal pathogens

Phys.org May 5 2020 - 00:35

"There's one area though where the world isn't making much progress," Bill Gates said in 2018.

Business Insider May 4 2020 - 10:18