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Here Are the Ways Science and Tech Experts Can Volunteer to Help With the Coronavirus Response

Calling all scientists and engineers

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IfIf you’re a scientist, engineer, or health professional, part of your training is to serve society. You might be wondering in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic how you can help when you’re working at home. Here are actions you can take as an…




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Deborah Stine

Deborah Stine

Dr. Deborah D. Stine is Founder of the Science and Technology Policy Academy, an Independent study director and consultant, and co-editor of Forefront on Medium

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