Faster COVID-19 test results are the goal of a new automated diagnostic tool by researchers in computer science and engineering.
COVID-19 U of G Features
A study co-led by computer science Prof. Dan Gillis assessed dozens of pandemic-driven research and data-sharing collaborations.
New tech led by chemistry Prof. Khashayar Ghandi that measures COVID-19-fighting antibodies could assess the effectiveness of vaccines.
U of G engineers have developed a COVID-19 test that uses a new microfluidic process and takes less time than conventional tests.
Dr. Monica Cojocaru, math professor, and team found that randomly testing students for COVID-19 could control outbreaks.
Engineering student James Lyster founded a company that is helping combat COVID-19 in just three months.
Chemistry Prof. Khashayar Ghandi and team tapped into a world-class research facility in the United Kingdom remotely.
Engineering Prof. Ed McBean is using wastewater to detect a new wave of COVID-19 infections.
The new online platform offers resources, academic preparedness modules, and connections to incoming CEPS students.
Pandemics: Culture, Science, and Society (UNIV*2020) will blend expertise from four U of G colleges, including CEPS.