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5 Initiatives from Universities Around the World that Caught Our Attention

A key part of a University’s reputation nationally and internationally is based on its reputation for research and academia. A major contributor to a University’s reputation is its research output and the impact that the research has in the real world.

Deconstructing Jargon: Where is the Balance Between Technical and Simple?

As a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I distinctly remember the scene that made me sure I’d be hooked to the series: it was when, in the 2012 film Avengers, Loki, the then-villain, opened up a portal over New York City to bring a bunch of evil creatures to destroy Earth.

Coronavirus Myth busters: WHO Edition

In these times of uncertainty, we often fall prey to unofficial sources of information: rumors, unverified news, and hearsay that can spread both panic and complacency. Analyze the source of the news and differentiate between facts and rumors. Take a look at this cheat-sheet to get your facts right.

COVID-19: Spread Kindness, Not Fear

Help build a better society, based on better healthcare and protecting those who need our support and compassion. This infographic portrays the different ways we can promote positive environmental and health outcomes.

COVID-19 know the symptoms, stay informed

We as individuals should be practicing good information hygiene, just as we should opt for good physical hygiene. Stay well informed about the COVID-19 disease, learn about its symptoms and ways to protect yourself with this infographic.

COVID-19 Practise Social Distancing

This infographic shows various ways to maintain social distancing appropriately & help minimize the spread of the disease COVID-19.

COVID-19 Personal Hygiene Matters

Washing your hands is a simple, but essential step in slowing the transmission of COVID-19 and saving lives. Follow these simple hygiene measures to help protect your family's health and everyone else's.

How the Pandemic Is Changing the Ways of Science—Not All of It May be for the Good

The ongoing pandemic has left an indelible mark on the world in more ways than one. Irrespective of class, profession, and religion, everyone seems to be creating a new definition of “normal” for themselves.

Can eating Chicken give you COVID-19?

Demystify beliefs like Chickens transmitting COVID-19 to humans, since there is no evidence yet to support it. Ignore such false beliefs as they are harming local businesses.

Good personal hygiene can prevent COVID 19 infection

Even as we maintain social distancing, this new normal requires us to step up our personal hygiene habits. Instill some of these preventive measures to help tackle this crisis at a personal level.

Stay at Home, Do Your Bit

This infographic illustrates how the simple action of staying indoors can save many lives and protect the ones at the frontline such as healthcare professionals

Post, Share, Engage: How Researchers Can Use Social Media to Promote Their Work

As a researcher, you are aware of the massive role that communication plays in the process that finally sends your paper flying out into the world.

Can other diseases make COVID-19 more dangerous than it already is?

Continuing our series on COVID-19 awareness, the first infographic this week throws light on how co-morbid conditions such as diabetes can worsen the impact of Coronavirus in some patients.

Bill Gates talks about the right approach to the Coronavirus Pandemic on TED Connect

The Time magazine once wrote that when Microsoft Cofounder Bill Gates looks at the world, he sees an inefficient, broken system, not unlike an application that needs to be debugged!

Personal hygiene measures to keep COVID-19 at bay

People all around the world are staying at home to practice social distancing as advised by government and health authorities.

Debunking the Myths Behind COVID-19

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve, doctors & scientists who know about COVID-19 have been sharing tips

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