fever News of 10/24/20
Color’S COVID-19 Testing Shows Most Who Test Positive Had Either Mild Or No Symptoms
Echoing much of the existing data and research on the subject, SF-based Color released data today showing that based on its own testing program, most individuals who test positive for COVID-19 display either mild or no symptoms, including even ...
Researchers Use Biometrics, Including Data From The Oura Ring, To Predict COVID-19 Symptoms In Advance
A team of researchers from the West Virginia University (WVU) Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute (RNI), along with WVU’s Medicine department and staff from Oura Health have developed a platform they say can be used to anticipate the onset of ...
NWU Researchers Develop A Throat-Worn Wearable That Could Offer Early Warnings For COVID-19 Patients
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in big shifts across industries, but the development of more long-term solutions that address a future in which what we need to do is mitigate the impact of the new coronavirus seems like a worthwhile place ...
MIT Develops Machine-Washable Sensors That Embed In Clothing For Constant Vital Sign Monitoring
MIT has developed a new type of lightweight sensor that can be integrated into flexible fabrics, including the kinds of polyesters often used in athletic wear, to provide constant monitoring of vital signs including body temperature, heart rate and ...
Data-Driven Events Discovery And Planning Startup Fever Raises $35 Million Led By Rakuten
Fever , a startup that uses proprietary algorithms to help companies plan events, announced today that it has raised $35 million led by Rakuten Capital, the investment arm of Japanese internet giant Rakuten . Other investors in the round, which ...