Ventilators are in short supply. So Virgin Orbit engineers have created a new kind of ventilator by mechanizing the traditional Ambu bag, using off-the-shelf parts and some 3D printing. Details: https://t.co/xs7onVyYr0 #COVID19Pandemic pic.twitter.com/K1x6CMajep
— WIRED Science (@WIREDScience) April 3, 2020
Microsoft Corporation is 45 years old today.
Here's Windows 1.0 the box, reference card, and instructions for using Write (free included application!)
Min System Reqs:
2 5.25" double sided floppy drives
1 floppy and hard disk pic.twitter.com/HMg5RcnNdS
— Steven Sinofsky (@stevesi) April 5, 2020
Innovative Solutions by Citizens to Help Us Cope with COVID-19
At @PatientInnov, understanding the value of solutions developed by users and caregivers all around the World, we created a webpage dedicated to COVID-19 solutions: https://t.co/ucZSQfHCMu#Covid19PatientInnovation pic.twitter.com/3JIdp35Rk9
— Patient Innovation (@PatientInnov) March 27, 2020
We are looking forward to launching the HackatHOME and can’t wait to crack the code together with you! 🔥
The date will consist of understanding the basics of Python and then analyzing a dataset about COVID19!
Registrations and more information here: https://t.co/ZWdYhcbSuW
— Católica Lisbon – CTIE (@CtieLisbon) April 1, 2020
A Revolut, startup que já conta mais de dez milhões de clientes na Europa, anunciou esta terça-feira o lançamento da sua plataforma financeira para residentes nos Estados Unidos da América. Os escritórios da Revolut vão localizar-se em Nova Iorq… https://t.co/nBH0DLLebW
— ECO Economia Online (@ECO_PT) March 24, 2020
This #autonomousvehicle delivers food to medical staff in Beijing🚌Deployed by Baidu #Apollo & Neolix, the vehicle reduces #COVID19 infection risk w/ unmanned deliveries of 50 meals/trip. Vehicles in Shenzhen & Guangzhou also help disinfect areas incl. hospitals & govt buildings. pic.twitter.com/MckvNJfhon
— Baidu Inc. (@Baidu_Inc) February 24, 2020
"Google Arts & Culture has a collection of more the 500 different museums and galleries up on its site that you can visit virtually."
— Frank Pallotta (@frankpallotta) March 15, 2020