King’s College London, Arizona State University and UNSW Sydney continue to work at the forefront of COVID-19 research. While directing many resources into combating the pandemic, research as the varied list of links below shows, is also being carried out on topics such as genomes, digital transportation, the diagnosis of congenital heart disease, misinformation and food security.
We also celebrate recognition for the work of outstanding academics past and present at the PLuS Alliance partner universities.
UNSW Sydney - Genomic leaders collaborate to create Australia’s first national COVID-19 tracking system
UNSW and Cisco announce Research Chair in Digital Transport
ASU - College of Health Solutions kicks off fall series with talk about COVID-19 testing and clinical care with Associate Professor Matthew Scotch, PLuS Alliance Fellow
King’s College London - Coronavirus and conspiracies: how the far right is exploiting the pandemic
UNSW - Seven talented UNSW researchers including PLuS Alliance Fellow Professor Raina MacIntyre have been named as finalists in the 2020 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, Australia's most high-profile science awards.
ASU - Scientists Share Findings of COVID-19 Genomic Research
ASU receives $4.7 million to deploy COVID-19 tests to underserved communities in Arizona assisted by the work of Professor Flavio Marsiglia - PLuS Alliance Fellow
ASU researchers receive $6 million state contract to develop rapid, 20-minute COVID-19 saliva test
UNSW Google’s former top quantum scientist Prof John Martinis, joins Australian startup, partly funded by UNSW and led by Prof Michele Simmons
King’s New method for in utero 4D imaging of baby hearts may aid diagnosis of congenital heart disease
King’s 'Long Covid': Why are some people not recovering?
ASU – Library data and analytics unit produces ‘Misinfo Weekly’ making sense out of the deluge of information on our news platforms
UNSW Sydney and University of California, Davis partner to feed a growing population
King’s Alumni Roger Penrose and Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez win Nobel Prize for Physics
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