PTSD risk for frontline Covid staff at par with terrorist attack survivors, says expert

Doctors treat a patient suffering from coronavirus on an Intensive Care ward at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey (Photo by

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The worst technology company in the world

Coronavirus in Context is a weekly newsletter where we bring you facts that matter about the COVID-19 pandemic and the technology trying

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From lab-grown meat to robot baristas, how Covid is changing the future of our food

The pandemic has changed many people’s perspectives on food From seasonal vegetables in vending machines, to robo-barristas and thermo-scanners, Covid-19

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IBM announces the 2020 Call for Code regional finalists

It’s that time of year again! The David Clark Cause and its partner IBM have officially announced the regional finalists

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New Technology To Detect COVID-19 In The Air In Real-Time

Canada-based company Kontrol Energy has launched BioCloud, a device to detect COVID-19 presence in the air. The wall-mountable device has

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This COVID-19 newsletter was written by a human

Coronavirus in Context is a weekly newsletter where we bring you facts that matter about the COVID-19 pandemic and the technology trying

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The best tech for university students – from foldable keyboards to Chromebooks

What you need for a tech-filled uni lifestyle (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk) The class of Covid are about to

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Genetic sleuths flesh out the story of how coronavirus got its start in Washington

An epidemiological “family tree” shows how different strains of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 spread out across different regions of

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Tesla Model Y Owners Confused to Find Wood Bracing Car Components

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Tesla, like a lot of

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Russia’s “Sputnik-V” COVID-19 Vaccine Shows Antibody Response In All Participants: The Lancet

Russia has been in the news for approving a COVID-19 vaccine whose long-term effectiveness has been questioned by various experts.

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Major Google Maps update will show you the severity of coronavirus outbreaks

A new Google Maps leak reveals Google is working on a coronavirus layer for the application that will detail the

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T-Mobile launches $10.7B initiative to get more underserved students online for remote learning

(T-Mobile Photo) With remote learning ramping up in school districts across the country, T-Mobile is launching a $10.7 billion initiative

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Seattle’s MoPOP to reopen after 6-month pandemic closure, with strict guidelines in place

The Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle. (GeekWire Photo / Kurt Schlosser) The Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle will

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'There has to be a third way:' A Stockholm-based urban planning expert says business as usual and total shutdown are not the only options for cities

Nature in urban spaces is instrumental in maintaining peoples’ wellbeing throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Karl Samuelsson, a Stockholm-based researcher who

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UK parents take control of their children's education as the homeschooling option becomes the answer to classroom coronavirus fears

Homeschooling is on the rise in the UK as uncertainties around the reopening of schools has left some parents feeling

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The S&P 500 could rise 11% and 'flirt with 3,900' by end of 2020 if Trump's game-changing vaccine plan works before the election

Carlos Barria/Reuters S&P 500 can explode a further 11% and touch 3,900 before year end if Trump’s revolutionary vaccine plan

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The many privacy concerns surrounding contact tracing efforts for COVID-19

Contact tracing is being touted as the best way to keep the novel coronavirus under control and avoid yet another

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Avaaz: Facebook’s algorithm drove 3.8 billion views of health misinformation

Despite concerted efforts by Facebook to combat fake news and propaganda, the social network has enabled 3.8 billion views of

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