1. University of Glasgow team develops “stopgap” COVID-19 ventilator  The Engineer
  2. New ventilator could help save lives if coronavirus cases spike, scientists say  Evening Standard
  3. New ventilator could help save lives if virus cases spike, scientists say  Helensburgh Advertiser
  4. DIY ventilator developed in Scotland 'could save lives across world' | Seaweed firm secures £1.7m funding for expansion | Car firm to take £19m hit to 'correct overstatements'  HeraldScotland
  5. Working up a sweat may one day power up a device  Science News for Students
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A low-cost ventilator developed by a team at the University of Glasgow, could help keep seriously ill people alive long enough to either recover or receive hospital care it is claimed.  A low-cost ventilator developed by a team at the University of Glasgow, could help keep seriously ill people alive long enough to either recover or receive hospital care it is claimed.  

University of Glasgow team develops “stopgap” COVID-19 ventilator | The Engineer The Engineer

Scientists have developed a low-cost ventilator requiring minimal training which they believe could help save lives if there is a second wave of coronavirus. Researchers at Glasgow University began working on the design during the early stages of the UK virus outbreak in mid-March when ventilator demand was forecast to outstrip supply. Fortunately, ventilator provision provedScientists have developed a low-cost ventilator requiring minimal training which they believe could help save lives if there is a second wave of coronavirus. Researchers at Glasgow University began

New ventilator could help save lives if coronavirus cases spike, scientists say | London Evening Standard

The low-cost device was developed by researchers at Glasgow University.The low-cost device was developed by researchers at Glasgow University.

New ventilator could help save lives if virus cases spike, scientists say | Helensburgh Advertiser

An affordable "stopgap" ventilator which can be used with minimal training could help keep seriously ill people alive long enough to… An affordable "stopgap" ventilator which can be used with minimal training could help keep seriously ill people alive long enough to…

DIY ventilator developed in Scotland 'could save lives across world' | Seaweed firm secures £1.7m funding for expansion | Car firm to take £19m hit to 'correct overstatements' | HeraldScotland

Tech that turns sweat into power may make for greener gadgets. A new device uses perspiration to charge a supercapacitor and run a sensor.

Working up a sweat may one day power up a device | Science News for Students

Glasgow University researchers began working on the design during the early stages of the UK virus outbreak.Glasgow University researchers began working on the design during the early stages of the UK virus outbreak.

DIY ventilator could save lives if second Covid wave – STV News