August 28th, 2020
In her latest blog, Professor Dame Jessica Corner welcomes news that the University is on course to achieve an ambitious goal of reopening nearly all our research buildings and facilities by early September.
The University’s leadership and recovery teams are also looking beyond returning to our research spaces and adapting our procedures and practices to the challenge of an extended period of COVID-affected working.
Dame Jessica adds: “We must look at how to re-establish and grow our research capacity while ensuring that everyone remains safe, while exploring how to make our world-class facilities and expertise as accessible as possible to industry and other partners across society.”
Discover more in the latest COVID-19 update from Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange.
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