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The National Institutes of Health has awarded the University of California, San Diego US$1.3mil (RM5.25mil) to develop a small, wearable sensor that can tell whether a person has the novel coronavirus or has been exposed to it by someone else.
When Fabian Rogers first heard that his landlord wanted to install facial recognition cameras at the entrance of his New York City building, the recent university graduate was suspicious.
The coronavirus came relatively late to Yemen, but even with advance notice it has still been ravaged by the disease.
As Colombia enters its eighth week of coronavirus lockdown, street vendor Luis Duarte worries that his teenage daughter might not finish her school year now that her classes have moved online.
Containing coronavirus hotspots in sprawling city slums has been made harder by a dearth of reliable data.
Authorities are turning to technology to safeguard and streamline checks for the millions of passengers using underground networks around the country each day. But critics have raised privacy concerns and questioned the need for ever more controls in a society that already has an extensive public security system.
The company behind the residential water sterilising and recycling appliance, Hydraloop, exhibited its product at CES 2020 this week not only to show off its tech, but also to scope out new ways to bring the device to the United States.
Lithium from batteries that power smartphones, tablets and electric cars may contaminate tap water, a Korean study suggests.
Engineers say they are responding to threat of more powerful storms with high-tech scanners, allowing speedy repairs to defences.
Entrepreneur Tony Verb is on a mission to promote technology that can help make cities greener and smarter in China’s Greater Bay Area, now being shaped as a low-carbon megalopolis.