How the Coronavirus Spreads Through the Air: 5 Essential Reads

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has given confusing guidance on how COVID-19 spreads through airborne particles; here are the facts.

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L’Oreal Fellow Lisa Poulikakos Uses Engineering to Improve Breast Cancer Diagnostics

By bringing light and nanosurfaces to medicine, Poulikakos aims to make quick, precise breast cancer diagnosis accessible to all.

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The Color of COVID: Will Vaccine Trials Reflect America’s Diversity?

Groups hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic have historically been underrepresented in clinical trials for disease treatment.

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We Need More Black Women in Clinical Trials

First, we need to deal with the history of exploitation

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Aerosols Are a Bigger Coronavirus Threat Than WHO Guidelines Suggest – Here’s What You Need to Know

The WHO suggested that the coronavirus was primarily transmitted by coughing or sneezing large droplets into someone's face, rather than being a longer-term threat that can float in the air.

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