Yale and New Haven to begin saliva testing mini-program in New Haven learning hubs after fall term obstacles
After a months-long struggle, Yale researchers and New Haven officials are implementing a saliva testing program within some community spaces around the city, though not within New Haven’s public schools as researchers originally hoped.
- February 23, 2021Source: The Daily Orange
Syracuse University transitions to testing with SalivaDirect, a testing method developed by the Yale School of Public Health. SalivaDirect yields faster test results, which will allow SU to administer more than twice the amount of tests than the fall semester.
- February 19, 2021
Yale School of Public Health is looking for a Lab Assistant to assist in the daily operations and laboratory procedures performed in the laboratory.
- February 15, 2021Source: NewstalkZB
Researchers are looking into how to expand Covid-19 detection - with a Kiwi at the forefront of developing more accessible technology. Air New Zealand employees undertaking regular surveillance testing are participating in a Institute of Environmental Science and Research study, that will test saliva for the virus. The study will include the SalivaDirect Covid-19 testing technology developed by Nathan Grubaugh and New Zealander Anne Wyllie at Yale University in the US.
- January 29, 2021Source: Buzzfeed News
Nearly a year into the US pandemic, the massive startup Curative is embroiled in an ongoing argument with federal regulators.
- January 26, 2021Source: Teach For America
It is crucial that schools reopen—safely—and it will take leadership, resources, and commitment to make that happen.
- January 23, 2021Source: New York Times
The National Women’s Hockey League, which has been shut down since March because of the coronavirus pandemic, will begin its very brief sixth season with a new team and a deal to have its playoffs broadcast on NBC Sports.
- January 19, 2021Source: New York Times
It’s more contagious than the original and spreading quickly. Upgrade your mask and double down on precautions to protect yourself.
- January 19, 2021Source: Access Wire
Affordable, Expedited Saliva-based COVID-19 Test Available to Schools, Organizations and Individuals
- January 18, 2021Source: The Colorado Sun
Many Colorado school districts have managed to increase COVID19 testing capacity in K-12 by utilizing more efficient saliva based testing methods.