• Technology News

    This Face Mask Tech Uses Biosensors to Detect COVID-19 in Your Breath Within 90 Minutes

    COVID-19 has turned the world upside down. While vaccination drives in several countries have gained momentum, the threat of a third wave in some countries, including India, looms large. A team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have developed a wearable biosensor technology that can help face masks detect COVID-19 in your breath. The study, “Wearable materials with embedded synthetic biology sensors for biomolecule detection,” has been published in the Nature Biotechnology journal. These wearable biosensors have been installed in standard KN95 face masks to identify  

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  • Technology News

    Establishment of a COVID-19 mRNA vaccine technology transfer hub to scale up global manufacturing

    WHO and its partners are seeking to expand the capacity of low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to produce COVID-19 vaccines and scale up manufacturing to increase global access to these critical tools to bring the pandemic under control. WHO will facilitate the establishment of one (or more, as appropriate) technology transfer1 hub(s) that will  use a hub and spoke model (REF) to transfer a comprehensive technology package and provide appropriate training to interested manufacturers in LMICs. This initiative will initially prioritize the mRNA-vaccine technology2 but could expand to other technologies in the future. The intention is for these  

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  • Website Design

    A flaw by state employees allowed 7,200 unqualified Utahns to sign up for COVID-19 vaccines

    The glitch that allowed 7,200 Utahns who did not qualify for COVID-19 vaccine to make appointments over the weekend was caused by a mistake in the website design created by state Department of Technology Services employees, a DTS spokeswoman said Monday. That flaw gave credence to rumors that began circulating Friday that the state was having trouble filling appointments and expanding access, as the website allowed people to register despite their admissions that they did not have the required health conditions or weren’t old enough to meet current criteria. “Our logic was — there must be those basic safeguards in  

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  • Website Design

    Global Website Design Company Services Market 2021 Size, Industry Growth and Forecast till 2025 | COVID19 Impact Analysis

    Global Website Design Company Services report gives COVID-19 Outbreak study aggregated to offer latest bits of knowledge about intense highlights of the Website Design Company Services Industry. The investigation gives a 360degree view and featuring significant results of the business during 2020-2024. This report will help the business leaders to detail better-field-tested strategies and settle on educated choices to improved benefit. Based on the keyword industrial chain, this report mainly elaborates the definition, types, applications, and major players of Website Design Company Services Market in detail. Deep analysis about market status (2020-2026), enterprise competition pattern, advantages and disadvantages of enterprise  

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  • Computer

    Large and small firms accelerate UC technology adoption in response to Covid-19

    Research from Ribbon Communications has revealed that in the space of a year, unified communications solutions have gone from a useful business add-on to a critical part of the fabric of any company large or small. On a yearly basis, and basically beginning from April 2020, the coronavirus has changed everything and, in terms of networking, turned everything upside down. Remote conferencing and collaboration are now business necessities, and just as important to the supplier community as to users. The real-time software and IP optical transport solutions provider’s annual unified communications (UC) survey measured the UC purchase drivers and  

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  • Internet Marketing

    8 budget-friendly ways to market your practice during COVID-19

    Independent practices compete with hospital-owned practices, urgent care centers, virtual care providers and pharmacy-based walk-in clinics — all of which have large marketing budgets, notes Gandolf. During COVID-19, patients may be more willing to switch providers if they perceive that those other entities provide safer, more efficient care, he adds. Marketing also can also help physicians attract new patients, says David Zetter, CHBC, founder and president of Zetter HealthCare, LLC, a full-service practice management consulting firm in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. However, before investing in marketing efforts, physicians need to ask this important question: Are there enough providers and medical assistants to  

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