The U.S. renewable energy industry is reeling from the new coronavirus pandemic, which has delayed construction, put thousands of skilled laborers out of work and sowed doubts about solar and wind projects on the drawing board.
By Marcia Dunn, Associated Press
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced Thursday the three companies that will develop and build lunar landers, with the goal of returning astronauts to the moon by 2024, and ultimately on to Mars.
By Associated Press
Ingenuity, the name submitted by Vaneeza Rupani, was selected for the 4 pound (1.8 kilograms) solar-powered helicopter, NASA said in a statement on Wednesday.
Testing, both for active cases of COVID-19 and for antibodies indicating prior exposure to the disease, will be critical to resuming economic activity. In addition, scientists are racing to develop therapies for people who do get infected -- especially those…
By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
With so much unknown about the new coronavirus, how did public health experts come up with recommendations for social distancing and wearing masks, and how fail-safe are they when it comes to prevention?…
By Christopher Booker, Connie Kargbo
The coronavirus is reshaping the way some Americans live and even how they receive healthcare. One challenge that has emerged from this crisis is which patients get life-changing surgeries that have been deemed elective medical procedures during the pandemic and…
By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
As Italy prepares to emerge from the West’s first and most extensive coronavirus lockdown, it is increasingly clear that something went terribly wrong in Lombardy, the hardest-hit region in Europe’s hardest-hit country.
By Christina A. Cassidy, Jason Dearen, Associated Press
As more states push to reopen their economies, many are falling short on one of the federal government’s essential criteria for doing so — having an efficient system to track people who have been physically near a person infected with…
By Brady McCombs, Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press
State and local governments across the United States have obtained 30 million doses of a malaria drug touted by President Trump to treat patients with the new coronavirus despite warnings from doctors that more research is needed.
By Matthew Perrone, Associated Press, Marilynn Marchione, AP Chief Medical Writer
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning doctors against prescribing a malaria drug widely touted by President Donald Trump for treating the new coronavirus outside of hospitals or research settings.
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