A University of Massachusetts Amherst researcher has teamed up with a researcher at Michigan Technological University to develop a method using proteins to keep vaccines stable without the need to refrigerate them.
With Thanksgiving approaching, the Public Health Promotion Center is providing travel guidance and COVID-19 testing information for the winter break and spring preparations.
In response to new measures aimed at minimizing increases in COVID-19 cases in the state, Jeff Hescock, executive director of environmental health and safety, and Ann Becker, public health director, sent an email to the UMass Amherst community outlining how these measures should be observed on campus.
The Office of Faculty Development (OFD) has launched a new website of resources for faculty caregivers. The curated resources are designed to support faculty as they navigate working from home while caring for young or elderly family members, supporting children in remote learning, outsourcing care or choosing to prioritize care.
The total fee payments to lenders by the U.S. Treasury may have instead been used to preserve 2.1 million jobs, researchers find
A group of College of Nursing (CON) faculty has formed an appreciation committee to offer gratitude and support for healthcare workers who are providing patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic.