Inder Singh, MBA ’06, SM ’07, had already been collecting real-time fever data through his smart-thermometer startup. When covid hit, he realized it could be used to help combat the virus.
Inder Singh’s smart-thermometer startup provides real-time fever data to combat covid-19.
Doctors and patients alike have long been wary of remote visits. But when lockdowns left no other option, many providers began seeing patients on their phones and computers. Is telemedicine here to stay?
Changing our environment in small, simple ways will help robots collaborate more effectively (and safely) with humans.
Decades of research and bold entrepreneurship paved the way for the vaccine’s “overnight” success.
Eric Lander was named to a Cabinet-level post and Maria Zuber will cochair a presidential advisory council.
When you’re deprived of human interaction, your brain reacts the same way it does to physical hunger.
Aero-astro professor Dava Newman, noted for her pioneering spacesuit designs, will take over in July.
Aerosols may intensify thunderstorms in the tropics.
A computer model inspired by animal anatomy generates and tests hundreds of robot designs.
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