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Data Company Building Covid-19 Early Warning System

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An initiative is underway to detect early signs of Covid-19 infections from individuals’ activity and sleep data collected with smartphones and wearable devices. . . . → Read More: Data Company Building Covid-19 Early Warning System

Depression Therapy Licensed for Online Distribution

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A therapy program for depression designed to reduce spirals of repeated negative thinking is licensed to a digital mental health company for online use. . . . → Read More: Depression Therapy Licensed for Online Distribution

Energy Employees Not Ready for Office Return

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A survey shows a large majority of energy industry workers prefers to continue working remotely than return their regular offices during the Covid-19 pandemic. . . . → Read More: Energy Employees Not Ready for Office Return

Infographic – Worries Continue About Public Activities

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As Covid-19 cases and deaths continue to rise in the U.S., Americans by and large continue to support restrictions on public activity during the pandemic. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Worries Continue About Public Activities

Survey Tracking Covid-19 Mental Health Impact

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A survey is underway in the U.S. to gauge the mental health impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, with data also collected with personal activity trackers. . . . → Read More: Survey Tracking Covid-19 Mental Health Impact

Stroke Speech Therapy App Gains Breakthrough Tag

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A mobile app providing speech therapy exercises at home for people recovering from a stroke received a breakthrough device designation from FDA. . . . → Read More: Stroke Speech Therapy App Gains Breakthrough Tag

Visa Concerns Keep Foreign PhDs Away from US Start-Ups

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Science and engineering Ph.D.s from overseas receive as many job offers from U.S. start-ups as native-born doctorates, but accept the offers at less than half the rate. . . . → Read More: Visa Concerns Keep Foreign PhDs Away from US Start-Ups

Smart Watch, A.I. Analyzing Human Emotions

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A study is underway mapping human emotions with data collected by smart watches and analyzed with an app powered by artificial intelligence. . . . → Read More: Smart Watch, A.I. Analyzing Human Emotions

Anti-Smoking Ads Not Reaching Most in U.S.

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A nationwide survey shows a majority of American adults, including half of those who smoke, did not see court-ordered anti-smoking TV or newspaper advertisements. . . . → Read More: Anti-Smoking Ads Not Reaching Most in U.S.

Next Generation Robotic Pets in Development

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A research team at University of Cincinnati is studying ways robotic pet animals can provide more help to older and infirm individuals. . . . → Read More: Next Generation Robotic Pets in Development