Due to the pandemic, millions of professionals are now working remotely. Even for those continuing to work onsite in laboratories and research spaces, social distancing practices and virtual meetings have profoundly changed the experience.

On 15 December at 10:00 EST/15:00 GMT/16:00 CET, CCC invites you to join a special Town Hall program that will provide an in-depth look at the impact remote work is having on research and development organizations.

According to Lauren Tulloch, CCC Vice President & Managing Director, Corporate Solutions, business leaders are recognizing the lasting impact of remote work on people and operations, both the upsides and the downsides. We’re looking forward to hearing from our Town Hall speakers about how individuals and industries are adapting and even thriving despite challenging circumstances.

Industry experts participating in the virtual Town Hall include Tracy Brower, Principal, Applied Research + Consulting, Steelcase; Kenneth Getz, Deputy Director & Research Professor, Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development (CSDD); and Ned May, VP Analytic Operations, Outsell, Inc.

Questions for Brower, Getz, and May will include ‘How is the pace of research changing in different fields and practice areas?’ ‘How have organizations found creative ways to maintain collaboration?’ and ‘How are researchers managing to share data and discoveries that will drive further innovation, despite working remotely?’

Author: CCC

A pioneer in voluntary collective licensing, CCC (Copyright Clearance Center) helps organizations integrate, access, and share information through licensing, content, software, and professional services. With expertise in copyright, information management, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, CCC and its subsidiary RightsDirect collaborate with stakeholders to design and deliver innovative information solutions that power decision-making by harnessing information from a wide variety of data sources and content assets.
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