• Scientists Reveal Potency and Evasiveness of Coronavirus
  • Activ Surgical Introduces Visualization Tech to Avoid Surgical Hazards
  • Peloton Posts Hike in Memberships and Huge Revenue in Q3 Amid Coronavirus
  • Researchers Using Bluetooth-enabled Devices to Detect Fermentation Process
  • Wall Street To Ask Disney Questions on Coronavirus Impact
Scientists Reveal Potency and Evasiveness of Coronavirus

Scientists Reveal Potency and Evasiveness of Coronavirus

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is extremely infectious. Curiously, in lots of sufferers, it triggers poor immune responses, which prolongs sickness. This helps the virus spread broadly, exacerbating the worldwide pandemic. In a new examine featured in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers at the University of Minnesota recognized the biochemical mechanism that will clarify how the virus infects people while evading their immune responses. This study,…

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Activ Surgical Introduces Visualization Tech to Avoid Surgical Hazards

Activ Surgical Introduces Visualization Tech to Avoid Surgical Hazards

After $25 million in funding and three years of development, the Boston-based medical device and software program development firm Activ Surgical is bringing its first product to market, the firm stated yesterday. The corporate’s ActivEdge platform, an artificial intelligence and machine learning software system utilizing data from a hardware attachment that can be mounted to existing surgical gear, is meant to provide real-time intelligence and visualization to enhance patient outcomes, the corporate stated….

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Peloton Posts Hike in Memberships and Huge Revenue in Q3 Amid Coronavirus

Peloton Posts Hike in Memberships and Huge Revenue in Q3 Amid Coronavirus

Peloton bested Wall Road’s excessive expectations, delivering a huge quarterly earnings report Wednesday that confirmed revenues are hiking 66%. In after-hours trading, the linked fitness firm’s stock rebounded around rising and dipping below the stock’s previous all-time high. The corporate posted total revenues of $524.6 million for the quarter, beating estimates of $488.5 million. The corporate detailed a loss of $.20/share. Whole members grew from 2 million in Q2 to…

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Researchers Using Bluetooth-enabled Devices to Detect Fermentation Process

Researchers Using Bluetooth-enabled Devices to Detect Fermentation Process

Electrochemical reactions that occur in processes like ethanolic fermentation embrace the transformation of sugars into alcohol and carbon dioxide. Similar processes happen when the human body breaks down meals, medicine, or other compounds. Monitoring these metabolic processes helps in testing, studying, and combating illness; however, due to the small portions of liquids involved, they’re troublesome to review with regular equipment. Miniaturizing gadgets with environmental sensing capabilities offers promise for better testing of fermentation…

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Wall Street To Ask Disney Questions on Coronavirus Impact

Wall Street To Ask Disney Questions on Coronavirus Impact

Walt Disney’s acquisitions race that included swallowing much of Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox in 2019, and a reputation for operational excellence, turned the company into the world’s strongest entertainment machine. That girth has now made it the most vulnerable amongst media firms through the global coronavirus pandemic. On Tuesday, Wall Street will assess the level of injury and look for indicators of a bottom. With sports leagues dormant, Disney’s…

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Silicon Valley Giants Clash Upon Views on Coronavirus Lockdown

Silicon Valley Giants Clash Upon Views on Coronavirus Lockdown

Silicon Valley giants Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg offered dueling views on lockdown measures designed to contain the spread of the coronavirus Wednesday, with Facebook’s Zuckerberg applauding the measures while Tesla’s Musk condemned them as anti-democratic. Musk, who has often made outspoken and even inflammatory comments on conference calls and on Twitter, said in the feedback to analysts on Tesla’s earnings call that it was “fascist” to say people cannot…

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TikTok, Gates Foundation Donates $10 Billion Each to Support Coronavirus Aid Efforts in Africa

TikTok, Gates Foundation Donates $10 Billion Each to Support Coronavirus Aid Efforts in Africa

The social media platform TikTok and the philanthropic Gates Foundation donated $10 million each Wednesday to the vaccine alliance GAVI to help finance efforts to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa. GAVI stated the funds would be used to distribute and deploy any new vaccines against COVID-19 once they’re developed, trialed, and licensed. It would help prevent “a potentially catastrophic impact on immunization programs throughout the growing world,” GAVI Chief Govt…

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Digital Identity’s Proxy Acquires Smart Ring Manufacturer Motiv

Digital Identity’s Proxy Acquires Smart Ring Manufacturer Motiv

Motiv, the startup, which helped turn the script on wearables by basically cramming a fitness tracker’s value of technology into a ring. This week, San Francisco’s “digital identity” startup Proxy declared that it’s acquiring the company. The company’s website is littered in buzzwords, but Proxy focuses on digital key cards — primarily providing a way to make use of digital devices like smartphones to access businesses and homes. An odd match…

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HKUST Engineers Develop Antiviral Coating to Protect Surfaces from Coronavirus like Viruses

HKUST Engineers Develop Antiviral Coating to Protect Surfaces from Coronavirus like Viruses

Researchers at a Hong Kong university say they’ve developed an antiviral coating which could provide 90 days of important safety against bacteria and viruses such as the one causing COVID-19. The coating, referred to as MAP-1, took ten years to develop and will be sprayed on surfaces that are continuously utilized by the public, such as elevator buttons and handrails, researchers at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) say. The coating…

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Apple Microsoft Push Wall Street Rally Higher

Apple and Microsoft Push Wall Street Rally Higher

Wall Street rallied Friday, led larger by Apple and Microsoft, as investors finished a turbulent week of trading and a few states ready to ease coronavirus-related lockdowns. Apple and Microsoft climbed more than 1%, lifting the S&P 500 more than any other firm. The two tech juggernauts are on tap to record their March-quarter results subsequent week, giving investors a glimpse at how the pandemic has affected their global businesses….

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