As elective surgeries resume at Arizona hospitals and businesses, schools, and universities reopen around the state, research continues at universities and private institutions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, a student-led team at the Luminosity Lab at Arizona State University has created low-cost sterilization systems to help sterilize N95 respirators. One of the systems is also being tested to sterilize school supplies and technology.
ASU student-run lab creates low-cost sterilization systems to fight COVID-19 / Arizona Republic
Arizona hospitals resume elective surgeries, signaling a COVID-19 slowdown / Arizona Republic
Preparing for flu season during COVID-19 / AZ Big Media
NAU to test students, employees for COVID-19 randomly / Arizona Daily Sun
University of Arizona’s fall semester opens with host of safety protocols in place / Arizona Daily Star
How the University of Arizona is following the science to safely reopen in person / Arizona Republic (Op-ed)
Researchers at the University of Arizona Cancer Center have received a $1.6 million federal grant to investigate how cells respond to stress and the role this process may have in cancer growth and aging.
Science fair goes completely virtual for 2021 / Arizona Public Media
The Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation organizers have decided the March 2021 science fair competition with about 7,000 student participants will be held completely online.