COVID-19 industry trends: Pandemic interventions from academia trending with industry

On the back of our second Global Challenge campaign addressing COVID-19, we put together a white paper highlighting the technologies which received the most engagement from industry R&D, key takeaways from the panellists of the webinar series which ran alongside the campaign, alongside other interesting data insights.  






This white paper includes:

  • A view on how the pandemic will shape the future university-industry relationship
  • The top priorities for Covid-19 R&D
  • Which interventions areas are the biggest focus for academia

Here's a sneak preview

About the authors

Jake Mitchell

Jake is the Digital Marketing Executive here at IN-PART having joined the team in April, 2021. He studied English Language and Linguistics at University of Sheffield in 2018, and after a stint living in New Zealand, Jake has returned to the ‘Steel City’ once more. 


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