Early in March, a team of scientists, engineers and doctors at the University of Vermont wondered if the Covid-19 epidemic might overwhelm the state’s hospitals—and, particularly, if there would be enough ventilators. So, they set out to design and build a working model for a simple, inexpensive, emergency ventilator. They’re succeeding.
All 95 nursing students earning their degrees this spring from the University of Vermont opted to enter the workforce early and graduate on May 1, rather than the third week of Ma
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