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High school student invents color-changing stitches as a simple way to detect infection
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High school student invents color-changing stitches as a simple way to detect infection @globalpositivenews
17-year-old in lowa invents color-changing sutures using root vegetable dye to detect infections
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30 mar
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17-year-old in lowa invents color-changing sutures using root vegetable dye to detect infections Ny
Dogs in Thailand have been trained to detect #COVID19
in people's sweat with a 95% accuracy rate, according to the head of the training program.
The dogs take only 1-2 seconds to detect the virus and could be deployed to transit hubs for virus screening.
18 Mar Twitter Web Ann
Dogs in Thailand have been trained to detect #COVID19 in people's sweat with a 95% accuracy rate, according to the head of the training program. The dogs take only 1-2 seconds to detect the virus and could be deployed to transit hubs for virus screening. 18 Mar Twitter Web Ann
Dogs in Thailand have been trained to detect #COVID19
in people's sweat with a 95% accuracy rate, according to the head of the training program.
The dogs take only 1-2 seconds to detect the virus and could be deployed to transit hubs for virus screening.
Dogs in Thailand have been trained to detect #COVID19 in people's sweat with a 95% accuracy rate, according to the head of the training program. The dogs take only 1-2 seconds to detect the virus and could be deployed to transit hubs for virus screening.
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. can detect super cool people you're like,,,, _ the absolute coolest
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Dogs are being trained to detect coronavirus in passengers arriving at UK airports. It's believed that a 0.5-second sniff could detect the virus.
@coronagoodnews Dogs are being trained to detect coronavirus in passengers arriving at UK airports. It's believed that a 0.5-second sniff could detect the virus.
@coronagoodnews
Dogs are being trained to detect coronavirus in passengers arriving at UK airports. It's believed that a 0.5-second sniff could detect the virus.
@coronagoodnews Dogs are being trained to detect coronavirus in passengers arriving at UK airports. It's believed that a 0.5-second sniff could detect the virus.
@coronagoodnews
Dogs are being trained to detect coronavirus in passengers arriving at UK airports. It's believed that a 0.5-second sniff could detect the virus.
@coronagoodnews Dogs are being trained to detect coronavirus in passengers arriving at UK airports. It's believed that a 0.5-second sniff could detect the virus.
In March we shared the news that dogs were being trained by scientists to see if they could detect coronavirus through their sense of smell and, now,
in the UK, three Cocker Spaniels, a
Labrador, a Labradoodle and a
Labrador Golden Retriever are being trained to detect the virus in passengers arriving at UK airports.
It is believed that a 0.5 second sniff could detect the virus in asymptomatic travellers.
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In March we shared the news that dogs were being trained by scientists to see if they could detect coronavirus through their sense of smell and, now, in the UK, three Cocker Spaniels, a Labrador, a Labradoodle and a Labrador Golden Retriever are being trained to detect the virus in passengers arriving at UK airports. It is believed that a 0.5 second sniff could detect the virus in asymptomatic travellers.