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Students at an elementary school in the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung have found their own unique way to fight the coronavirus and stay ahead of the curve in epidemic prevention – an automated disinfectant dispenser built from Lego.
Malaysians stealing hand sanitisers and face masks from hospitals are being called "selfish" by doctors on social media.
Just because there's a pandemic going on, doesn't mean the party has to stop. And one DJ has kept it going – for 10 hours at a time.
There are no atheists in foxholes, and no tech regulators in a coronavirus lockdown.
It’s only 5pm on a Saturday in Los Angeles, but the Zone — a 16-room virtual club on the videoconferencing app Zoom — is already in full swing.
When Tay Brown was a student at Classical Magnet School in Hartford, she needed a laptop computer to help with her studies. Problem was, she couldn’t afford one.
In the US, homebound employees are logging three hours more per day on the job than before city and state-wide lockdowns, according to data from NordVPN, which tracks when users connect and disconnect from its service.
Tanja Nickel and Katharina Obladen were still in high school when they patented an idea to disinfect escalator handrails using UV light.
Call it teething problems, disorganisation or plain Luddism: the first few weeks of working from home were, for many, far from smooth.
The James Dyson foundation has shared a series of "Challenge Cards" created by engineers at the British home appliances company. The goal is to offer children a playful introduction to the world of science.