Circadia Gets FDA Nod for AI-Powered Respiratory Monitor

Startup Circadia Technologies Ltd. has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for a bedside device that remotely monitors breathing

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Bill Gates Has Regrets

Five years ago, Bill Gates warned that the biggest potential killer the world faced wasn’t war, but a pandemic. The

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Auto Giants Trade Drills for Tweezers in Bid to Rush Coronavirus Ventilators

Assembly-line workers at America’s largest auto makers, ordered to turn their skills from vehicles to ventilators, must first master tweezers

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This Father’s Oldsmobile Connects the Generations of His Family

Rob Lash, 65, a retired endodontist living in Dillon, Col., on his family’s 1962 Oldsmobile Starfire, as told to A.J.

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Lessons From Italy’s Hospital Meltdown. ‘Every Day You Lose, the Contagion Gets Worse.’

BERGAMO, Italy—Ambulances here have stopped using sirens. The frequent blaring only adds to local fears. Besides, there are few other

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Startup Biofourmis Using AI-Based System to Battle Coronavirus

Doctors and researchers in Hong Kong are betting an artificial intelligence-based remote-monitoring system from startup Biofourmis Inc. will aid them

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Thermo Fisher to Buy Diagnostic Company for $10.1 Billion

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. agreed to pay about $10.1 billion for Qiagen NV, a molecular diagnostics company, bulking up in

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The Startups Connected to Harvard Professor Arrested Over China Funding

A biosensor company co-founded by the Harvard University professor arrested for allegedly concealing funding from China is at risk of

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China’s Leader Wages a War on Two Fronts—Viral and Political

That effort is intended to beat the coronavirus outbreak, and also win a battle on a second front—against the most

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