Jump to navigation
Melody Buckner, associate vice provost of digital learning initiatives, is interviewed about ways to help students who are struggling with online learning.
Researchers at the University College of Medicine – Tucson and the College of Engineering are exploring ways to use 3D printing.
A study by researchers at the University of Arizona found that reusable grocery bags can contain bacteria, and that users don't wash them very often.
Student Fiona Harrigan writes that young people are reacting to the coronavirus with far more grace, patience and maturity than they get credit for.
Dr. Raymond Woosley urged doctors to be aware of the risk and use an electrocardiogram to screen patients for signs that might reveal risk of heart trouble.
"We have no indication that private wells would be impacted by the coronavirus at this time," said water quality expert Channah Rock.
Jonathan Sexton found that places such as refrigerators, faucet handles, doors and coffee pots tend to have the highest concentrations of germs.
Scientists across the University of Arizona are working to give American public health authorities the ability to test widely for COVID-19.
"At a certain point, if they don't know someone who has it, they're going to know someone who knows someone who has it," said Samara Klar.
The Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center is answering phone calls from residents concerned about COVID-19.