It can be overwhelming to follow all the new information on the pandemic, but this type of research – that aims to find out how many people were actually infected – is crucial to understand what is happening. And I think it makes sense to follow these discussions.
— Max Roser (@MaxCRoser) April 18, 2020
— 新型コロナクラスター対策専門家 (@ClusterJapan) April 4, 2020
The Vo, Italy experience/data is indeed impressive.
43% of all infections across 2 surveys were asymptomatic
The viral load was the same, irrespective of symptoms https://t.co/hgW9zVLfVZ
— Eric Topol (@EricTopol) April 19, 2020
New Zealand knows how to do it!🇳🇿 pic.twitter.com/dB8zceRYxT
— Eric Topol (@EricTopol) April 18, 2020
— Free Software Fndn. (@fsf) March 27, 2020
Crowds of commuters pass through Shinagawa station on their way to work in Tokyo despite a state of emergency over the #coronavirus outbreak in Japan
📸 Charly Triballeau pic.twitter.com/r0mjHs7w12
— AFP news agency (@AFP) April 16, 2020
— Starship (@StarshipRobots) March 22, 2020
Nonchalantly the Papercraft Starship Robot joins the line up… No one will notice, right?
This weekend, make your own and enter our contest – You could win Starship socks and take over our Instagram for one day – visit our Instagram for more info!https://t.co/izA59eJfaB pic.twitter.com/1iH3hu1Tsf
— Starship (@StarshipRobots) March 14, 2020
🏥 Drones and smart mailboxes can assist with aid relief when people are social distancing, but there's still hurdles to overcome pic.twitter.com/1HWAPjLMY4
— QuickTake by Bloomberg (@QuickTake) April 17, 2020
To measure the quality of your life, simply do nothing, and see how it feels.
— Naval (@naval) April 18, 2020
— Souvik Rooj (@mrsouvikrooj) April 18, 2020
— Starship (@StarshipRobots) April 11, 2020
Our Demo Day attendees have been challenging Olli all week by moving obstacles around, forcing Olli to recalculate and determine the best route every time through a different obstacle course. Way to go Olli! #SafetyFirst @RoboticResearch pic.twitter.com/fIGkSg2Pot
— Local Motors by LMI (@localmotors) April 7, 2018
Today we're announcing a partnership with @OTTOMotors to coordinate mobile robots in the warehouse. Together we hope to provide a more flexible warehouse automation solution.
— Boston Dynamics (@BostonDynamics) March 3, 2020
— IRS (@IRSnews) April 16, 2020
— Tested (@testedcom) April 17, 2020
By comparing how #SARSCoV2 and two other human coronaviruses infect cynomolgus macaques, researchers show in Science that #SARSCoV2 gives the animals a mild #COVID19-like disease, making them a promising model for testing vaccines and antivirals. https://t.co/bIHKvtjMdn pic.twitter.com/iwQhJIthrL
— Science Magazine (@ScienceMagazine) April 17, 2020