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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice for USF Research & Innovation: Guidance for researchers regarding the impacts of COVID-19 on research operations
USF Develops 3D Printed Swab for COVID Tests The University of South Florida-designed 3D-printed nasal swab is now being used by hospitals, academic medical centers, state governments, and international agencies and health care facilities.
A nose for COVID-19: USF researchers develop rapid test technology with virus-sniffing biosensor A team of researchers are working to develop an "electronic nose" capable of smelling biochemicals present in the novel coronavirus.
USF researchers develop new technologies to fight mosquito-borne diseases USF researchers have been awarded a $900,000, four-year grant from the National Science Foundation to use artificial intelligence to fight mosquito-borne diseases.
The Pandemic Response Research Network at the University of South Florida: An interdisciplinary collaboration of its leading scientists whose research addresses the issues surrounding epidemics, and providing financial seed support for a series of projects aimed at developing potential vaccines, treatments, technologies and social mitigation strategies in the wake of COVID-19.