COVID-19 UPDATES • 3/5/2021
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The vaccine candidate, under development by POP Biotechnologies and biotech firm EuBiologics, will be tested in South Korea.
The book by civil engineering professor Cemal Basaran is the No. 1 new release on Amazon among books in the category of thermodynamics.
The project focuses on improving transportation options for people with disabilities, low-income neighborhoods and older adults.
Study describes passive cooling system that aims to help impoverished communities, reduce cooling and heating costs, lower CO2 emissions.
The prestigious honor was awarded to Amit Goyal, Thomas Thundat and Junsong Yuan.
Researchers will use analytical and computational techniques to understand, in detail, how PFAS degrade at each step of the proposed treatment process.