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Posts published in “CoronaVirus”

Q&A: Innovation and Entrepreneurship during the COVID-19 pandemic

History has shown that crisis inspires innovation. During the COVID-19 pandemic, innovation has been critical to keeping many people’s lives and workplaces functioning safely. Dining out at restaurants has been replaced by meal and grocery delivery services, meetings are held via video conferencing, and health care visits are occurring on our screens. But entrepreneurs also have to face the challenges of our new reality, including a global economic crisis. Christy Wyskiel, Senior Advisor to the President of Johns Hopkins University for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Executive Director of Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures, joined Samuel Volkin to discuss impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on innovation

Dr. Amesh Adalja optimistic about US schools being ‘safely opened’ in fall