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1 Evaporation is critical for coronavirus transmission in colder months
2 Evaporation critical to coronavirus transmission as weather changes
3 Six feet not far enough to stop virus transmission in light winds
4 When you cough, how far can it go?
5 Eden Prairie company teaming up to 3D print nasal swabs for health care providers
6 Fixing our air is key to preventing the spread of COVID-19
7 [Watch Simulation] Coronavirus Droplets Can Still Spread Within 4 Meters and Even With the Face Mask on: Study
8 Study shows six feet social distancing may not be enough to avoid COVID-19 spread
9 6 Feet May Not Be Enough: Wind May Carry Coronavirus Farther
10 Face masks: Small droplets of saliva can emerge with some droplets traveling up to 1 meter: Study
11 Could this new Stratasys 3D printer improve medical device validation?
12 All states are partially reopen leaving Americans to weigh the risk of venturing out again
13 How Stratasys is helping the COVID-19 medical crisis with 3D printing
14 Medical Models Fully Replicate the Feel, Responsiveness, and Biomechanics of Human Anatomy
15 Who is the top Lakeview girls basketball player of the decade?
16 Face masks protect less with each cough, study finds. Should you keep wearing it?
17 Scientists Find Toilets to Be Covid-Spreading Culprits
18 Olivet's Drikakis ends athletic career on her own terms
19 DuPage Children's Museum names Director of Development
20 All 50 states have now partially reopened
21 3-D Companies Tackle Coronavirus Supply Shortages
22 Bringing 3D printed medical models to life
23 A healthy outlook for 3D printing
24 How Coronavirus Really Spreads | Elemental
25 TSA didn’t do enough to protect passengers, staff from coronavirus, whistleblower says
26 John Drikakis Wins Heartland Poker Tour Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort for $137014
27 Newton humbled by latest addition to Bailey Park
28 BC Sports History: In '87, Springfield hires first black head football coach in city
29 Strathclyde, BAE Systems Form Research Partnership
30 COVID-19 Resets: Logistics Draws the Line
31 2020 Manufacturing Excellence Awards
32 Class Notes
33 What kind of printer can the University of Iowa get for nearly $500,000? One that's 'an enormous breakthrough'
34 On course to a brighter future
35 Stratasys coalition with over 150 companies ramps up face shield production in response to COVID-19
36 MLB umpire Mike Reilly humbled to represent Battle Creek, be honored by NABF World Series
37 Gilead Sciences, Inc. : Quotes, Address, Contact
38 Prominent pharmacologist calls for new approach to treat COVID-19
39 Atheists and agnostics more likely to be better sleepers than Catholics, Baptists
40 Study: Estrogen may reduce severity of COVID-19 symptoms in women
41 Online assessment tool helps patients make informed decisions
42 Study opens new therapeutic avenue for treating glioblastoma tumors
43 Standardized, expert care can overcome factors associated with worse clinical outcomes in testicular cancer
44 New method can help develop drugs that target membrane proteins
45 Researchers identify optimal face masks for controlling respiratory droplets
46 Researchers develop new technique to improve cancer treatments
47 University of Illinois to head two of artificial intelligence institutes in the U.S
48 Study shows how PIM kinases enhance cancer cell motility
49 Preexisting drug shows promise as a weapon against SARS-CoV-2 virus
50 Low levels of 'good' cholesterol common among people in Latin America and the Caribbean
51 31st International Symposium on Human Identification is going virtual in 2020
52 Retrieving memories is an active process that can bias and distort memories
53 New test can pinpoint which people with gonorrhea can be cured with ciprofloxacin
54 SPT enzyme can be used as metabolically responsive “switch” to slow tumor growth
55 Advantech introduces new AI-based infection prevention solution
56 Engineers develop better understanding of skin damage caused by rubbing
57 New articles focus on recent developments in the field of health preference research
58 Scientists unlock behavior of an enzyme involved in cancer spread
59 Novel method identifies traces of plastic in seafood samples
60 Study: SARS-CoV-2 can infect human neural progenitor cells and brain organoids
61 Universal health coverage study reveals that the world likely to fall short of WHO goal
62 New fabrics prevent the transmission and spread of SARS-CoV-2
63 Research shows nonprescribed fentanyl and stimulants were the major cause for overdose mortality
64 First 3D multicellular brain organoid can screen drugs to control inflammation
65 Raccoon dogs potential intermediate host for SARS-CoV-2
66 Using Flow Cytometry for Virus Detection
67 Defiance and low trust in doctors associated with anti-vaccination attitudes
68 People may have a pre-existing immune response to COVID-19 thanks to common colds
69 Researchers may have discovered the key to treating inflammatory diseases
70 Gout drug may improve heart function in individuals with congenital heart disease
71 A new approach for treating alcohol use disorder
72 Researchers document comprehensive communication pathways in human cell infected with SARS-CoV-2
73 Mouthwashes could lower the transmission of SARS-CoV-2
74 New approach enhances prediction of type 1 diabetes among susceptible children
75 FDA announces public meeting to discuss development and licensure of COVID-19 vaccines
76 COVID-19 Prevention Network announces Phase 3 trials to evaluate monoclonal antibodies
77 Dual sensory impairment in older adults linked to higher risk for dementia
78 NIH harnesses artificial intelligence and medical imaging to fight COVID-19
79 New article sheds light on challenges faced by vaccine developers
80 A coffee and quick catnap can improve alertness during nightshift
81 Bacterial infections may increase risk of coronary heart disease in type 1 diabetic patients
82 Study: Personal connections can help communities adapt to climate change
83 BM32 vaccine against grass pollen allergy could be potential treatment for hepatitis B infection
84 Study identifies possible therapeutic treatment for COVID-19
85 Leading expert is sounding the alarm on newly-identified symptom of coronavirus
86 New research offers hope for treating Parkinson's disease
87 Researchers find way to make pediatric brain cancers respond better to therapies
88 Dietary interventions to optimize healing of injury-induced inflammation
89 Scientists discover mechanism involving key protein that predicts cancer progression and relapse
90 Study examines potential therapeutic approach for Alzheimer's disease
91 Discovery offers new hope for millions at risk from antibiotic-resistant infections
92 Taller children have higher risk of developing obesity
93 BIA Separations signs new distribution agreements with two companies in Asia
94 Study shows mental health challenges of U.S. healthcare workers during COVID-19
95 Evaluating the use of sofosbuvir and daclatasvir for treatment of COVID-19
96 Study examines how cardiorespiratory fitness and body composition relate to brain health
97 Elevated leptin levels may explain why COVID-19 is so dangerous for people with obesity
98 Novel plasma-coated bandages could revolutionize the treatment of chronic wounds
99 Act of smiling can trick the human mind to be more positive
100 COVID-19 may increase risk of blot cots in women who are pregnant or taking birth control pills