While fulfilling her dream of studying language, MFA alumna Leah Michaels witnessed the first days of COVID-19’s brutal strike of Italy.
Two anti-malarial drugs approved for use by the FDA in treatment of COVID-19 may have dangerous side effects, as well as give people false hope.
Let’s examine the facts about chloroquine or the closely related hydroxychloroquine, both antimalarial drugs, as cures for COVID-19.
Biologist Jeffrey Gardner explains why alcohol is a key ingredient in hand sanitizer, and why he doesn’t recommend making your own supply at home.
KR Gaddy’s new book tells the true account of the Edelweiss Pirates, German teenagers who resisted the Nazi regime with acts from playing forbidden music to disseminating anti-Nazi flyers.
AI holds great promise for identifying where and how fast diseases are spreading, writes Vandana Janeja, Professor of Information Systems.
A person’s voice is like a fingerprint. Everyone talks differently, and everyone voice is unique. How we use language is a way of showing who we are.
With two Fulbright awards under his belt, chemistry professor Ram Mohan, Ph.D. ’92, is sharing his passion for green chemistry with the world.
New disease outbreaks generate headlines and attention. Meanwhile, however, Americans face a slower but much more pervasive health crisis: obesity.
Kenneth Harris II helped build a NASA telescope, flies satellites that spot wildfires and hurricanes, and tends data that can predict weather.