Face Shields for Frontline Healthcare Workers
Researchers from the Jennifer Lewis Lab at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Wyss Institute at Harvard University self-assembled into a team manufacturing greatly needed face shields for local hospitals.
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- In 1918, Greater Boston was ground zero for the flu pandemic in the United States. This proximity put @harvardmed students and faculty on the frontlines in the battle against the disease. t.co/3r2qCcDKF8
- Summer enrichment programs can have profound, positive effects on students’ academic and social growth, but as the global coronavirus pandemic has thrown academic programs into disarray, how can meaningful learning and enrichment still happen? t.co/ZY5aLeWT2w
- Keidrick Roy, a doctoral student in American Studies at @HarvardGSAS and a U.S. Air Force veteran, is hosting a virtual community reading and discussion of Frederick Douglass's famous speech, “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” t.co/tVwIRXpnZS