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 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.
- January 17, 2021Source: NZ Herald
Air New Zealand staff will be tested for Covid-19 using saliva samples in a three-month study kicking off next week.