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Computational engineering major Henry Rossiter spent the summer helping to develop the Protect Texas Together app that helps students, faculty and staff return to campus safely this fall. The app allows people to track their symptoms, record COVID-19 test results, get connected to medical resources and — potentially, in the future — even assist in contact tracing.

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Blood clots have emerged as one of an increasing number of deadly side effects of the novel coronavirus in some patients. Manuel Rausch and a team of researchers are embarking on a project to learn more about the onset of thromboembolism, the obstruction of a blood vessel by a clot that can cause everything from strokes to heart attacks to pulmonary embolisms, as a result of COVID-19.

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In response to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Texas, the Center for Space Research’s Mid-American Geospatial Information Center (MAGIC) team is providing crisis decision support to the Texas State Operations Center in Austin and to emergency managers around the state.

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Graduating seniors offer their perspective and advice on coping with the COVID-19 pandemic as they prepare to leave the Forty Acres.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all to make changes to our lifestyles in many ways. Graduate student Siddarth Kaki, who is pursuing at Ph.D. in aerospace engineering, took the time to tell us about his experience as he's been adapting to online learning and doing research from home during these unprecedented times.

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Health care workers treating COVID-19 patients are facing a shortage of face masks and other personal protective equipment that could shield them when exposed to the virus. A group of researchers in the Cockrell School’s Texas Inventionworks innovation hub ...

Alumnus Mirko Gamba is part of a research team at the University of Michigan working to test disinfected N95 masks to show they stop coronavirus-scale particles.