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Texas State devotes 3D printers to producing coronavirus teasing swabs

Texas State got involved in the project when the City of Austin approached the university to assist in the vetting of a 3D printed prototype of a swab that could be used for testing.

 

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Texas State and UT partner to produce thousands of swabs for COVID-19 testing

KXAN News | May 28, 2020

Texas State is putting 3D printers to work producing swabs for COVID-19 tests. The City of Austin approached the university to assist in the vetting of a 3D prototype that could be used for testing.


7 red flags to be on the lookout for when restaurants reopen

Business Insider | May 27, 2020

Celeste Monforton, lecturer in public health at Texas State, says just because businesses are opening up, doesn't mean the virus is gone. 


Texas State using 3D printers to produce coronavirus testing swabs

Fox 7 Austin News  | May 26, 2020

Texas State is using 3D printers that were originally shut down due to the pandemic, to produce test swabs for COVID-19 tests. 


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