Let’s break barriers to fight Covid-19 together
Extraordinary times like these also bring out the best and most creative in people. We would like to use our platform and extensive network to bring ideas regarding Covid-19 together, and get all the help needed to drive them forward as rapidly as possible.
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A new test developed by MIT and colleagues promises to make a test so cheap that people could potentially test every day.
A new study aimed to design an ultra-low-dose CT examination protocol to diagnose patients with COVID-19. This protocol makes use of a
The current method for diagnosing COVID-19 involves the use of a long swab gently pushed high up into the nasal cavity. While
With the current COVID-19 pandemic intubation is necessary to maintain many critical patients in the ICU. However, too often obtaining an airway
Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed an innovative x-ray method for lung diagnostics, which they now plan to
Testing people for COVID-19 typically involves performing a throat swab to collect a sample for processing. Clinicians performing this task have to
Over the past few weeks, TechMed Centre researchers have joined forces with developers from PCV Group in Enschede to rapidly develop a
Determine within minutes whether patients have diseased lung parts, possibly caused by COVID-19. This is now possible by enriching relatively simple ultrasound
Biotech company Moderna declared promising initial results in Phase 1 of its human trials of what could be the first viable vaccine
Researchers at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) have developed a Multilevel Antimicrobial Polymer (MAP-1) coating that is effective
Masks, gowns, and other personal protective equipment (PPE) are essential for protecting healthcare workers. However, the textiles and materials used in such
Aspenstate announced that it has received FDA clearance for the AiRTouch, a lightweight portable X-ray system that could be particularly useful for quickly
Find out within a minute if someone has the coronavirus. The young Amsterdam company Spektrax is working on this. It develops a
A team of researchers from the Netherlands and AI software developer Thirona have developed a free commercial artificial intelligence (AI) software application
BioIntelliSense, a Silicon Valley company, is unveiling its FDA cleared BioButton device that may help with tracking symptoms of COVID-19 in potential
Royal Philips today announced that it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market a wide range