The new PPE Response Network, led by ASU's Luminosity Lab, is connecting health care organizations, businesses and universities to provide access to resources like 3D printers and sewing machines to make personal protective equipment, according to a University press release.
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A new study from a team of researchers at Arizona State University's School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences says that wearing any type of face mask could help reduce the transmission of COVID-19.
It's a joint project with Arizona State University, the Arizona Commerce Authority, and the Arizona Technology Council. The project has a link to sign up for the Arizona additive manufacturing COVID-19 response mailing list as well as sites on what parts can be printed and how to assemble components.
The ASU Biodesign Institute has developed a robotic testing platform for all blood types that has the capacity to perform thousands of tests per week.
Arizona State University researchers in Tempe are looking for traces of COVID-19 in wastewater, which could serve as an early warning system of the virus’s spread in communities.