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A newly discovered mechanism at work in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) patients may also lead to new treatments for COVID-19, accord

Motivated by prior research that reports elevator buttons as a huge source of contamination, a new study co-authored by Waterloo Fac

For the past four months, Danno Peters has provided 11,000 ear savers and face shields to assist front-line workers combating COVID-19 across west

Joel Levine, a professor of biology at U of T Mississauga, and Takao Hensch, professor at Harvard University and the University of Tokyo, will lead

As provinces across Canada are deciding how to restart schools during the pandemic, a research review has found children are not a major source

Researchers at McMaster University are investigating how municipalities across the province could begin to test raw sewage for the coronavirus

Research could explain why COVID-19 is mild for some, fatal for others

A new research project at the University of British Columbia may produce new treatment methods for patients with COVID-19 and help prevent

In an age of COVID-19, the phrase “business as usual” has nearly lost all meaning for Canadians who have seen their lives disrupted in myriad ways.

COVID-19 overwhelmed health-care systems around the world and left a devastating death toll in its path.