Coronavirus is an all-consuming topic, both in terms of published research and funding. But opinion is split over whether it will reinvigorate healthcare spending or simply divert funds away from other needy causes
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The pressure is on to find a coronavirus vaccine and time is of the essence. A controversial option, to intentionally infect volunteers, could speed trials up, but it poses significant risks to those taking part
COVID-19 has touched us all, leading to an unexpected opportunity for turning everyday citizens into research scientists who could help drive major breakthroughs in fighting the pandemic
Incidence of skin cancer is rising fast as dermatologists struggle to keep up. New technology offers a helping hand, but whether telemedicine is the way forward is up for debate
As health and safety becomes consumers’ top concern, some fear the coronavirus may have halted sustainable packaging’s progress
It is possible for companies to balance eco-friendly packaging with impactful branding, both attracting discerning consumers
The benefits of refillable packaging are numerous, but there is still a way to go before it becomes mainstream
As public interest in hygiene reaches its zenith, new innovations, such as self-cleaning plastic, have never been more welcome
Real-time insights are essential to adapt to a changing consumer landscape, but companies that ignore trust and transparency as part of the process are risking it all
Craig Inglis, chair of the Marketing Society, explores how the current crisis is changing consumer behaviour and how they connect with brands
From Black Friday to store launches, how is the coronavirus pandemic likely to affect these key events in the retail calendar?
Digital learning has a long history, but take-up in schools and colleges has been erratic; the coronavirus may have changed all that
Are students of more practical and hands-on courses in higher education missing out as a result of college and university closures, and what effect will this have on future skillsets?
While online learning is booming, charlatans and scammers are looking to take advantage. Cowboy coaches are flooding the market making official accreditation or authenticity essential for individual students and businesses. Here are seven online scams to beware
The pandemic forced university campuses to close and teaching to move online. But it also shone a spotlight on what many feel is an unsustainable business model...
The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated digital transformation in education, but how can the public sector ensure everyone benefits?
From empowering workers to upgrading tools, experts describe the five key elements of any successful digital evolution
What is the government and private sector doing to adapt for a future when millions of workers are displaced by digital transformation and automation?
Ahead of Digital Leaders Week next month, organisers highlight the challenges of leading and motivating staff during the coronavirus pandemic and pull focus on new ways to create meaningful virtual communities
COVID-19 has prompted some extreme changes in consumer demands and spending patterns, so how are brands reconnecting with customers for a post-pandemic future?