OU researchers looking to use wastewater to stop spread of COVID-19

University of Oklahoma researchers are working to slow the spread of COVID-19 with a unique approach -- using wastewater.

Wastewater testing could offer clues about COVID-19 infections

What most see only as sewage, Daniel Gerrity sees as an opportunity to collect data.

Watching What We Flush Could Help Keep a Pandemic Under Control

The failure to control the coronavirus pandemic has in many ways been a failure of real-time health data.

Testing sewage can give school districts, campuses and businesses a heads-up on the spread of COVID-19

November has brought encouraging news about several COVID-19 vaccines. But members of the general public will probably not be vaccinated before the spring or summer of 2021 at the earliest. Americans will be living with this pandemic for some time to come.