We were told to move everything online about 2/3 of the way through the semester. Our faculty pulled together and were able to develop online offerings for the remainder of the semester. There have certainly been some hiccups along the way, particularly with respect to assignments, grading, cheating, and moving our labs online. For our lab… Show more
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An obvious question with mask shortages is re-use to conserve supply. MIT, Harvard, and Mass General investigated gamma ray radiation. It works as far as sterilization, but seriously degrades the filter. There was a follow up with a simple strategy of jus
I attached two references below. The other two are links.
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Christopher LaPrade at ACS kindly supplied the following links to the scientific resources that ACS, ACS Publications, and CAS have produced on COVID-19, including its mechanisms, potential therapeutics/vaccines and other pertinent information. You may be familiar with them, but (just in case) I am posting them below. All of these resources are… Show more
New Benefit for SCHB Members Are you missing the opportunity to "discuss business" with your SCHB colleagues, due to the cancellation of the Philadelphia meeting? SCHB wants to keep its members engaged, in spite of the void left after Philadelphia. SCHB will begin scheduling weekly conference call times for members to talk about whatever is on… Show more