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Technologies for Fighting COVID-19 and Other Epidemics - Shared screen with speaker view
Jay Boisseau
19:26
The presentation being at 6:15.
Jay Boisseau
29:22
We’ll. Be starting in 30 seconds!
pranoy
34:14
the google app!
SARA BREUER
34:18
very low tech — a gardening trowel.
Navira Abbasi
34:23
Notion—for tracking gratitude
John Fonner
34:24
my coffee grinder...
DANIELLE SKIDMORE
34:31
bicycle
Khalique
34:31
zoom
Amber M. Sprague
34:32
Zoom Virtual Happy Hours
Robyn C
34:37
IG Live / YouTube Live for exercise classes
John Cobb
34:38
French Press
Kirsten Billhardt
34:51
Classpass virtual
pranoy
34:52
my legs
Arlet Polack
35:00
Headspace! Love it
Arlet Polack
35:10
#ohmmmm
Kuan Collins
35:21
masterclass
John Soyring
50:40
“Researchers at Utrecht University, Erasmus Medical Center and Harbour BioMed (HBM) today reported that they have identified a fully human monoclonal antibody that prevents the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus from infecting cultured cells. The discovery, published online today in Nature Communications, is an initial step towards developing a fully human antibody to treat or prevent the respiratory disease COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.”
John Soyring
51:56
This was published yesterday in Nature Communications
Jay Boisseau
01:20:24
The slides will be downloadable, as will the video.
John Soyring
01:20:43
great
John Soyring
01:28:47
Are there any organizations (assisted living centers, jails, prisons, federal, state, local government offices, etc.) that are not transparently sharing infection data in the Austin metropolitan area?
John Soyring
01:37:06
There was recently a verified infection of a California resident
John Soyring
01:37:20
infected during December
John Soyring
01:37:46
prior to the Washington assisted living home infections
Brad Englert
01:37:46
What should we be doing now to protect those in total institutions?
John Soyring
01:44:23
Excellent forum today