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Navigating ‘information pollution’ with the help of artificial intelligence

Using insights from the field of natural language processing, computer scientist Dan Roth and his research group are developing an online platform...

UW SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH AND UW HEALTH QUICKLY LAUNCH NUMEROUS COVID-19 CLINICAL TRIALS

As the outbreak of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 was deemed a pandemic, research institutions across the United States rapidly shifted...

NPR: WHO Creates ‘Confusion’ About Asymptomatic Spread. Here’s What We Know

This week, the matter of asymptomatic transmission of the novel coronavirus has caused much confusion — and sparked a lively debate on...

CNN: Why a positive Covid-19 antibody test doesn’t mean much of anything yet

You're about to get a blood test to see if you have been exposed to Covid-19, the deadly disease caused by...

VOA: Countries Gingerly Taking Steps to Return to Normal

Several countries are gingerly taking steps to relax lockdown orders imposed to control the spread of the novel coronavirus. 

CNN: How a 100-year-old vaccine for tuberculosis could help fight the novel coronavirus

As researchers scramble to find new drugs and vaccines for Covid-19, a vaccine that is more than a century old has piqued...
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NPR: ‘How Fast Did T. rex Run?’ and other questions about dinosaurs examined in new book

What color were the dinosaurs? Watching the Jurassic Park movies, the answer seems clear: gray, brown or, at best, dull green.

Scientists identify key mechanism controlling skin regeneration

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REUTERS: SAVING THE SEQUOIAS

For millennia, giant sequoias – the largest trees on Earth – have resisted and relied on fire. But today's wildfires are far...

Study looks at food-buying behavior during different stages of the COVID-19 pandemic

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — A new study examines how Americans acquired food at various points during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how those activities changed over...