Brown is using a new app from Google’s Verily to bring students back to campus

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After setting up COVID-19 testing pop-ups in 13 states, Verily’s “Healthy at Work” program to aims to help employers, including Brown University, manage a return to work. The Alphabet company Verily is helping Brown University bring students and teachers back to campus amid the pandemic. Today the company launched a program called Healthy at Work aimed at employers that will help employees self-monitor symptoms, make testing recommendations, and determine a person’s eligibility for going to work. Read Full Story

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Brown is using a new app from Alphabet’s Verily to bring teachers back to campus

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After setting up COVID-19 testing pop-ups in 13 states, Verily’s “Healthy at Work” program aims to help employers, including Brown University, manage a return to work. The Alphabet company Verily is helping Brown University bring teachers back to campus amid the pandemic. Today the company launched a program called Healthy at Work, aimed at employers, that will help employees self-monitor symptoms, make testing recommendations, and determine a person’s eligibility for going to work. Read Full Story

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This woman guaranteed that the name Jeffrey Epstein would become notorious

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Julie K. Brown’s investigative reporting resurfaced the depth of Epstein’s crimes, leading to his arrest last year and the ongoing investigation. Jeffrey Epstein was still flying on private jets in late 2018 when the Miami Herald ‘s Julie K. Brown published an investigative series detailing his trafficking and sexual abuse of girls as young as 14. Much of the world had forgotten that he’d pleaded guilty a decade earlier to soliciting a minor for prostitution. Even more lost to history was the role of then U.S. attorney Alexander Acosta, who led the prosecution. But when President Trump nominated Acosta to be labor secretary, in 2017, Brown knew the story warranted a fresh look. She spent the next several months amassing documents and identifying 80 of Epstein’s former victims. “The more I learned about it,” she says, the odder it seemed—especially a secret plea deal led by Acosta. Soon after Brown’s …

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