COVID-19: UB Planning and Response • Updated 6/15/2020
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Prototype submitted for emergency FDA approval; could help ease shortage of life-saving PPE.
The business arm of UB's engineerng school helps small companies grow their business.
PocketCare+ aims to track not only where and when the disease spreads, but also how it spreads.
Researchers are working to automate manual resuscitators; could aid sickest COVID-19 patients, developing countries.
A project led by John Hall, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, was one of six to be funded through UB's Innovation Hub, an initiative that supports the region’s growing startup economy.
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