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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

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1 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Oct―12 Effect of co-flow on fluid dynamics of a cough jet with implications in spread of COVID-19 Sachidananda Behera, Rajneesh Bhardwaj, Amit Agrawal
2 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Oct―10 Multi-population analysis of the Cuban SARS-CoV-2 epidemic transmission before and during the vaccination process D. Guinovart-Sanjuán, R. Guinovart-Díaz, K. Vajravelu, W. Morales-Lezca, I. Abelló-Ugalde
3 [GO] AIP Advances 2021―Oct―07 Effects of surface charge and environmental factors on the electrostatic interaction of fiber with virus-like particle: A case of coronavirus D. N. Dung, Anh D. Phan, Toan T. Nguyen, Vu D. Lam
4 [GO] Applied Physics Reviews 2021―Sep―07 Fast, accurate, point-of-care COVID-19 pandemic diagnosis enabled through advanced lab-on-chip optical biosensors: Opportunities and challenges Aref Asghari, Chao Wang, Kyoung Min Yoo, Ali Rostamian, Xiaochuan Xu, Jong-Dug Shin, et al. (+2)
5 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Aug―20 Risk assessment of airborne COVID-19 exposure in social settings Chin Chun Ooi, Ady Suwardi, Zhong Liang Ou Yang, George Xu, Chee Kiang Ivan Tan, Dan Daniel, et al. (+12)
6 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Aug―19 How severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 aerosol propagates through the age-specific upper airways Mohammad S. Islam, Puchanee Larpruenrudee, Suvash C. Saha, Oveis Pourmehran, Akshoy Ranjan Paul, Tevfik Gemci, et al. (+3)
7 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Aug―18 Fluid dynamics of respiratory droplets in the context of COVID-19: Airborne and surfaceborne transmissions Pallavi Katre, Sayak Banerjee, Saravanan Balusamy, Kirti Chandra Sahu
8 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Aug―18 How coronavirus survives for hours in aerosols Sanghamitro Chatterjee, Janani Srree Murallidharan, Amit Agrawal, Rajneesh Bhardwaj
9 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2021―Aug―13 Efficiency of communities and financial markets during the 2020 pandemic Nick James, Max Menzies
10 [GO] Review of Scientific Instruments 2021―Aug―12 Selection and application of biological safety cabinets in diagnostic and research laboratories with special emphasis on COVID-19 Shailesh D. Pawar, Ajay B. Khare, Sachin S. Keng, Sadhana S. Kode, Deeksha S. Tare, Dinesh K. Singh, et al. (+2)
11 [GO] AIP Advances 2021―Aug―10 Cold atmospheric plasma: A non-negligible strategy for viral RNA inactivation to prevent SARS-CoV-2 environmental transmission Tao Jin, Yong Xu, Chenwei Dai, Xiuhong Zhou, Qinghua Xu, Zhengwei Wu
12 [GO] Review of Scientific Instruments 2021―Aug―03 Auto informing COVID-19 detection result from x-ray/CT images based on deep learning Ahlam Fadhil Mahmood, Saja Waleed Mahmood
13 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Jul―21 Experimental investigation of indoor aerosol dispersion and accumulation in the context of COVID-19: Effects of masks and ventilation Yash Shah, John W. Kurelek, Sean D. Peterson, Serhiy Yarusevych
14 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Jul―07 Insight on the evaporation dynamics in reducing the COVID-19 infection triggered by respiratory droplets Sumit Kumar
15 [GO] Review of Scientific Instruments 2021―Jul―02 Fluid mechanics of facial masks as personal protection equipment (PPE) of COVID-19 virus A. Habib, L. Habib, K. Habib
16 [GO] The Journal of Chemical Physics 2021―Jun―28 The role of the envelope protein in the stability of a coronavirus model membrane against an ethanolic disinfectant Shubhadip Das, Melissa K. Meinel, Zhenghao Wu, Florian Müller-Plathe
17 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Jun―22 Correcting pandemic data analysis through environmental fluid dynamics Talib Dbouk, Dimitris Drikakis
18 [GO] AIP Advances 2021―Jun―14 Nano-layered surface plasmon resonance-based highly sensitive biosensor for virus detection: A theoretical approach to detect SARS-CoV-2 Md. Moznuzzaman, Imran Khan, Md. Rafiqul Islam
19 [GO] Scilight 2021―Jun―14 Detecting SARS-CoV-2 with a rapid, cost-effective colorimetric biosensor Meeri Kim
20 [GO] AIP Advances 2021―Jun―14 Analysis of the optical response of a SARS-CoV-2-directed colorimetric immunosensor Antonio Minopoli, Emanuela Scardapane, Adriano Acunzo, Raffaele Campanile, Bartolomeo Della Ventura, Raffaele Velotta
21 [GO] Physics Today 2021―Jun―07 COVID-19, gender, and science
22 [GO] APL Photonics 2021―Jun―01 Ultrasensitive detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA and antigen using single-molecule optofluidic chip G. G. Meena, A. M. Stambaugh, V. Ganjalizadeh, M. A. Stott, A. R. Hawkins, H. Schmidt
23 [GO] Physics Today 2021―May―27 Commentary: The publication pandemic
24 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2021―May―13 Characteristics of 2020 stock market crash: The COVID-19 induced extreme event Ajit Mahata, Anish Rai, Md. Nurujjaman, Om Prakash, Debi Prasad Bal
25 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―May―11 Airborne transmission of COVID-19 and mitigation using box fan air cleaners in a poorly ventilated classroom Ruichen He, Wanjiao Liu, John Elson, Rainer Vogt, Clay Maranville, Jiarong Hong
26 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―May―10 Assessment of effectiveness of optimum physical distancing phenomena for COVID-19 Branson Chea, Andre Bolt, Martin Agelin-Chaab, Ibrahim Dincer
27 [GO] AIP Advances 2021―May―05 COVID-19 pandemic, lockdown, and consequences for a fossil fuel-dominated electricity system Imran Khan, Md. Sahabuddin
28 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―May―04 Designing antiviral surfaces to suppress the spread of COVID-19 Sanghamitro Chatterjee, Janani Srree Murallidharan, Amit Agrawal, Rajneesh Bhardwaj
29 [GO] Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 2021―Apr―28 Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the reduction of electricity demand and the integration of renewable energy into the power grid A. Tingting Xu, B. Weijun Gao, C. Yanxue Li, D. Fanyue Qian
30 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Apr―28 When the doorbell rings in COVID-19 times: Numerical insights into some possible scenarios Nirvik Sen, K. K. Singh
31 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2021―Apr―27 Interrupting vaccination policies can greatly spread SARS-CoV-2 and enhance mortality from COVID-19 disease: The AstraZeneca case for France and Italy Davide Faranda, Tommaso Alberti, Maxence Arutkin, Valerio Lembo, Valerio Lucarini
32 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Apr―27 Efficacy of face coverings in reducing transmission of COVID-19: Calculations based on models of droplet capture Joshua F. Robinson, Ioatzin Rios de Anda, Fergus J. Moore, Jonathan P. Reid, Richard P. Sear, C. Patrick Royall
33 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2021―Apr―22 Stochastic analysis of COVID-19 by a SEIR model with Lévy noise Yamin Ding, Yuxuan Fu, Yanmei Kang
34 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Apr―21 Evaluating flow-field and expelled droplets in the mockup dental clinic during the COVID-19 pandemic Xiujie Li, Cheuk Ming Mak, Kuen Wai Ma, Hai Ming Wong
35 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Apr―20 Numerical study of COVID-19 spatial-temporal spreading in London Jie Zheng, Xiaofei Wu, Fangxin Fang, Jinxi Li, Zifa Wang, Hang Xiao, et al. (+4)
36 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Apr―12 Diffusion modeling of COVID-19 under lockdown Nicola Serra, Paola Di Carlo, Teresa Rea, Consolato M. Sergi
37 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Apr―06 Effect of self-assembly on fluorescence in magnetic multiphase flows and its application on the novel detection for COVID-19 Xiang Li, Zhi-Qiang Dong, Peng Yu, Lian-Ping Wang, Xiao-Dong Niu, Hiroshi Yamaguchi, De-Cai Li
38 [GO] Physics Today 2021―Apr―01 R&D on today’s coronavirus vaccines started in 2013 David Kramer
39 [GO] APL Materials 2021―Mar―31 Fight against COVID-19: The case of antiviral surfaces Kamyar Shirvanimoghaddam, Mohammad Karbalaei Akbari, Ram Yadav, Adil K. Al-Tamimi, Minoo Naebe
40 [GO] Scilight 2021―Mar―30 Coronavirus diffusion is aided by the shape of its spikes Anashe Bandari
41 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Mar―30 Peplomer bulb shape and coronavirus rotational diffusivity M. A. Kanso, V. Chaurasia, E. Fried, A. J. Giacomin
42 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Mar―29 Computer simulation of the SARS-CoV-2 contamination risk in a large dental clinic Jonathan Komperda, Ahmad Peyvan, Dongru Li, Babak Kashir, Alexander L. Yarin, Constantine M. Megaridis, et al. (+6)
43 [GO] Physics Today 2021―Mar―24 Social bubbles reduce risk of COVID-19 superspreader events
44 [GO] Physics Today 2021―Mar―24 Beating back the coronavirus requires a bigger arsenal David Kramer
45 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Mar―23 The novel Mechanical Ventilator Milano for the COVID-19 pandemic A. Abba, C. Accorsi, P. Agnes, E. Alessi, P. Amaudruz, A. Annovi, et al. (+230)
46 [GO] Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 2021―Mar―23 Impact of the coronavirus pandemic on electric vehicle workplace charging Graham McClone, Jan Kleissl, Byron Washom, Sushil Silwal
47 [GO] Scilight 2021―Mar―22 Assessing the risk of COVID-19 transmission in public restrooms Yuen Yiu
48 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Mar―16 Simulation of aerosol transmission on a Boeing 737 airplane with intervention measures for COVID-19 mitigation Khaled Talaat, Mohamed Abuhegazy, Omar A. Mahfoze, Osman Anderoglu, Svetlana V. Poroseva
49 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2021―Mar―16 COVID-19 second wave mortality in Europe and the United States Nick James, Max Menzies, Peter Radchenko
50 [GO] Biomicrofluidics 2021―Mar―12 Thermophoretic collection of virus-laden (SARS-CoV-2) aerosols A. Xiangzhi Zhang, B. Jing Wang, C. Chengbo Wang, D. Zheng Lian, E. Yong Shi, F. Yong Ren, G. Yuying Yan
51 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Mar―09 Eulerian-Lagrangian modeling of cough droplets irradiated by ultraviolet-C light in relation to SARS-CoV-2 transmission V. D'Alessandro, M. Falone, L. Giammichele, R. Ricci
52 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Mar―05 Probability of COVID-19 infection by cough of a normal person and a super-spreader Amit Agrawal, Rajneesh Bhardwaj
53 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Feb―24 Estimating COVID-19 exposure in a classroom setting: A comparison between mathematical and numerical models Aaron Foster, Michael Kinzel
54 [GO] Scilight 2021―Feb―24 Comparing methods of calculating COVID-19 transmission risk in classrooms Allison Gasparini
55 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2021―Feb―09 The impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions on the prevention and control of COVID-19 in New York City Jiannan Yang, Qingpeng Zhang, Zhidong Cao, Jianxi Gao, Dirk Pfeiffer, Lu Zhong, Daniel Dajun Zeng
56 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Feb―09 Simulation-based study of COVID-19 outbreak associated with air-conditioning in a restaurant Han Liu, Sida He, Lian Shen, Jiarong Hong
57 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Feb―09 Why coronavirus survives longer on impermeable than porous surfaces Sanghamitro Chatterjee, Janani Srree Murallidharan, Amit Agrawal, Rajneesh Bhardwaj
58 [GO] Scilight 2021―Jan―28 Temperature likely has no effect on the transmission of COVID-19 Aili McConnon
59 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2021―Jan―15 Droplet evaporation residue indicating SARS-COV-2 survivability on surfaces Zilong He, Siyao Shao, Jiaqi Li, S. Santosh Kumar, J. B. Sokoloff, Jiarong Hong
60 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Dec―29 Insights on drying and precipitation dynamics of respiratory droplets from the perspective of COVID-19 Saptarshi Basu, Prasenjit Kabi, Swetaprovo Chaudhuri, Abhishek Saha
61 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Dec―17 A logistic model and predictions for the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic Baolian Cheng, Yi-Ming Wang
62 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Dec―15 Effects of mask-wearing on the inhalability and deposition of airborne SARS-CoV-2 aerosols in human upper airway Jinxiang Xi, Xiuhua April Si, Ramaswamy Nagarajan
63 [GO] Biomicrofluidics 2020―Dec―14 Microfluidic immunoassay for detection of serological antibodies: A potential tool for rapid evaluation of immunity against SARS-CoV-2 Hogi Hartanto, Minghui Wu, Miu Ling Lam, Ting-Hsuan Chen
64 [GO] Biomicrofluidics 2020―Dec―08 Microfluidic-based approaches for COVID-19 diagnosis Hsuan-Yu Mu, Yu-Lun Lu, Tzu-Hung Hsiao, Jen-Huang Huang
65 [GO] AIP Advances 2020―Dec―04 A modified SEIR model applied to the data of COVID-19 spread in Saudi Arabia Hamdy M. Youssef, Najat A. Alghamdi, Magdy A. Ezzat, Alaa A. El-Bary, Ahmed M. Shawky
66 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Dec―04 Analyzing the dominant SARS-CoV-2 transmission routes toward an ab initio disease spread model Swetaprovo Chaudhuri, Saptarshi Basu, Abhishek Saha
67 [GO] Scilight 2020―Dec―03 Simulations confirm face masks suppress the spread of COVID-19 Chris Patrick
68 [GO] AIP Advances 2020―Dec―03 Fluid dynamics simulations show that facial masks can suppress the spread of COVID-19 in indoor environments Ali Khosronejad, Christian Santoni, Kevin Flora, Zexia Zhang, Seokkoo Kang, Seyedmehdi Payabvash, Fotis Sotiropoulos
69 [GO] APL Bioengineering 2020―Dec―01 Evaluation of current diagnostic methods for COVID-19 Saadet Alpdagtas, Elif Ilhan, Ebru Uysal, Mustafa Sengor, Cem Bulent Ustundag, Oguzhan Gunduz
70 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Nov―24 Mathematical modeling of COVID-19: Impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions in India Vijay Pal Bajiya, Sarita Bugalia, Jai Prakash Tripathi
71 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Nov―24 How coronavirus survives for days on surfaces Rajneesh Bhardwaj, Amit Agrawal
72 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Nov―24 The perspective of fluid flow behavior of respiratory droplets and aerosols through the facemasks in context of SARS-CoV-2 Sanjay Kumar, Heow Pueh Lee
73 [GO] AIP Advances 2020―Nov―24 Pandemic infection rates are deterministic but cannot be modeled Joseph L. McCauley
74 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Nov―17 COVID-19 transmission in the first presidential debate in 2020 Xiaoliang Shao, Xianting Li
75 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Nov―17 Travel restrictions during pandemics: A useful strategy? Massimiliano Zanin, David Papo
76 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Nov―10 Cold atmospheric plasma for SARS-CoV-2 inactivation Zhitong Chen, Gustavo Garcia, Vaithilingaraja Arumugaswami, Richard E. Wirz
77 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Nov―06 Modeling and control of COVID-19: A short-term forecasting in the context of india Manotosh Mandal, Soovoojeet Jana, Anupam Khatua, T. K. Kar
78 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Nov―05 How well do aerosols transmit SARS-CoV-2?
79 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Nov―02 Modeling the second wave of COVID-19 infections in France and Italy via a stochastic SEIR model Davide Faranda, Tommaso Alberti
80 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Nov―02 Coronavirus rotational diffusivity M. A. Kanso, J. H. Piette, J. A. Hanna, A. J. Giacomin
81 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Nov―01 International graduate students struggle amid COVID-19 Mingxin He, Emma Zeyan Xu
82 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Oct―27 Aerosol persistence in relation to possible transmission of SARS-CoV-2 Scott H. Smith, G. Aernout Somsen, Cees van Rijn, Stefan Kooij, Lia van der Hoek, Reinout A. Bem, Daniel Bonn
83 [GO] Scilight 2020―Oct―26 Simulations suggest graphite may deform coronaviruses and limit their spread Mara Johnson-Groh
84 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Oct―20 Numerical investigation of aerosol transport in a classroom with relevance to COVID-19 Mohamed Abuhegazy, Khaled Talaat, Osman Anderoglu, Svetlana V. Poroseva
85 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Oct―20 Reducing chances of COVID-19 infection by a cough cloud in a closed space Amit Agrawal, Rajneesh Bhardwaj
86 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Oct―20 Phenomenological dynamics of COVID-19 pandemic: Meta-analysis for adjustment parameters Sergio A. Hojman, Felipe A. Asenjo
87 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Oct―07 A mathematical framework for estimating risk of airborne transmission of COVID-19 with application to face mask use and social distancing Rajat Mittal, Charles Meneveau, Wen Wu
88 [GO] Applied Physics Letters 2020―Sep―24 Enhancing sensitivity of lateral flow assay with application to SARS-CoV-2 Tao Peng, Xiangpei Liu, L. Garry Adams, Girish Agarwal, Bruce Akey, Jeffrey Cirillo, et al. (+23)
89 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Sep―22 COVID-19 in the United States: Trajectories and second surge behavior Nick James, Max Menzies
90 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Sep―22 Weather impact on airborne coronavirus survival Talib Dbouk, Dimitris Drikakis
91 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Sep―16 Pandemic adds stress to already stressful job hunt
92 [GO] The Journal of Chemical Physics 2020―Sep―15 Assessment of proton-coupled conformational dynamics of SARS and MERS coronavirus papain-like proteases: Implication for designing broad-spectrum antiviral inhibitors Jack A. Henderson, Neha Verma, Robert C. Harris, Ruibin Liu, Jana Shen
93 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Sep―14 Power-law distribution in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases Bernd Blasius
94 [GO] Scilight 2020―Sep―11 COVID-19 cases fit power-law distribution during initial phase of pandemic Chris Patrick
95 [GO] APL Photonics 2020―Sep―09 Engineering photonics solutions for COVID-19 Maria Soler, Alexis Scholtz, Rene Zeto, Andrea M. Armani
96 [GO] Scilight 2020―Sep―09 Short and long terms photonics solutions for COVID-19 Savannah Mandel
97 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Aug―25 Reopening dentistry after COVID-19: Complete suppression of aerosolization in dental procedures by viscoelastic Medusa Gorgo Jevon Plog, Jingwei Wu, Yasmin J. Dias, Farzad Mashayek, Lyndon F. Cooper, Alexander L. Yarin
98 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Aug―20 Particle modeling of the spreading of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Hilla De-Leon, Francesco Pederiva
99 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Aug―19 Cats and llamas could offer a path to coronavirus therapies David Kramer
100 [GO] The Journal of Chemical Physics 2020―Aug―18 Conformational transition of SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoprotein between its closed and open states Mert Gur, Elhan Taka, Sema Zeynep Yilmaz, Ceren Kilinc, Umut Aktas, Mert Golcuk
101 [GO] Scilight 2020―Aug―13 Sneezing plays a large role in transmission of COVID-19 by asymptomatic carriers Anashe Bandari
102 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Aug―11 Tailoring surface wettability to reduce chances of infection of COVID-19 by a respiratory droplet and to improve the effectiveness of personal protection equipment Rajneesh Bhardwaj, Amit Agrawal
103 [GO] Applied Physics Letters 2020―Aug―11 A predictive model of the temperature-dependent inactivation of coronaviruses Te Faye Yap, Zhen Liu, Rachel A. Shveda, Daniel J. Preston
104 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Aug―11 Fractional diffusion on the human proteome as an alternative to the multi-organ damage of SARS-CoV-2 Ernesto Estrada
105 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Aug―11 Pandemic takes heavy toll on physics
106 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Aug―04 The dispersion of spherical droplets in source-sink flows and their relevance to the COVID-19 pandemic C. P. Cummins, O. J. Ajayi, F. V. Mehendale, R. Gabl, I. M. Viola
107 [GO] AIP Advances 2020―Aug―04 A novel methodology and new concept of SARS-CoV-2 elimination in heating and ventilating air conditioning systems using waste heat recovery Naser Rezaei, Moharram Jafari, Ata Nazari, Sina Salehi, Faramarz Talati, Reza Torab, Rahim Nejad-Rahim
108 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Jul―15 Dynamic interplay between social distancing duration and intensity in reducing COVID-19 US hospitalizations: A “law of diminishing returns” Pai Liu, Payton Beeler, Rajan K. Chakrabarty
109 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Jul―08 Forecasting the daily and cumulative number of cases for the COVID-19 pandemic in India Subhas Khajanchi, Kankan Sarkar
110 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Jun―30 Cluster-based dual evolution for multivariate time series: Analyzing COVID-19 Nick James, Max Menzies
111 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Jun―30 Modeling the role of respiratory droplets in Covid-19 type pandemics Swetaprovo Chaudhuri, Saptarshi Basu, Prasenjit Kabi, Vishnu R. Unni, Abhishek Saha
112 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Jun―24 Stuck at home, physicists pivot to combat COVID-19 Toni Feder
113 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Jun―24 Physics-related companies report mostly mild economic symptoms from COVID-19 David Kramer
114 [GO] AIP Advances 2020―Jun―19 The forecasting of COVID-19 with mortality using SIRD epidemic model for the United States, Russia, China, and the Syrian Arab Republic Marwan Al-Raeei
115 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Jun―19 Carbon emissions responded rapidly to coronavirus measures
116 [GO] Physics of Fluids 2020―Jun―08 Likelihood of survival of coronavirus in a respiratory droplet deposited on a solid surface Rajneesh Bhardwaj, Amit Agrawal
117 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Jun―03 Q&A: Francis Collins on science, faith, and COVID-19
118 [GO] Physics Today 2020―May―19 COVID-19 pandemic modeling is fraught with uncertainties David Kramer
119 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―May―19 Asymptotic estimates of SARS-CoV-2 infection counts and their sensitivity to stochastic perturbation Davide Faranda, Isaac Pérez Castillo, Oliver Hulme, Aglaé Jezequel, Jeroen S. W. Lamb, Yuzuru Sato, Erica L. Thompson
120 [GO] Physics Today 2020―May―12 Q&A: DOE�s Chris Fall, on a virtual national lab to counter coronavirus
121 [GO] Physics Today 2020―May―12 Coronavirus shutdowns clear the air, temporarily
122 [GO] Physics Today 2020―May―12 Pandemic creates hurdles for academic job seekers
123 [GO] Chaos An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 2020―Apr―28 Strong correlations between power-law growth of COVID-19 in four continents and the inefficiency of soft quarantine strategies Cesar Manchein, Eduardo L. Brugnago, Rafael M. da Silva, Carlos F. O. Mendes, Marcus W. Beims
124 [GO] Scilight 2020―Apr―24 An evolving fitness network model shows promise for mapping COVID-19 Savannah Mandel
125 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Apr―22 World’s physics instruments turn their focus to COVID-19 David Kramer
126 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Apr―01 Labs around the world act to slow spread of coronavirus
127 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Apr―01 APS cancels March Meeting due to coronavirus concerns
128 [GO] Physics Today 2020―Apr―01 National labs are forced to adapt during coronavirus outbreak


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