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After COVID-19, What is Next for mRNA?

COVID-19 spread quickly across the entire world. It only took the virus three months from its discovery to be considered a pandemic. As of April 2021, there are only 14 countries that have reported zero positive cases, but experts are doubtful of the status of Turkmenistan and North Korea. It was a difficult virus to

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How Technology Can Provide Connection and Entertainment

It has already been more than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic took the world by surprise. But despite that, many individuals are still trying to look for ways to adjust, especially when it comes to their daily routine, work setups, and the like. Fortunately, with the various breakthroughs in science and technology, it is

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Retention Strategies: How to Keep Your Drivers Happy

The demand for truck drivers continues to increase as companies work harder to stay afloat. According to the American Trucking Associations, truck driver turnover has increased by 92% in the third quarter of 2020 as the industry started recovering gradually from the devastating aftermath of the pandemic. Most drivers switch jobs in search of better pay, benefits,

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The Role of Smart Technology in Our Well-Being during the Pandemic

In the earlier stages of mobile technology, many people complained that it was making us lazy. There were widespread illustrations on social media of people getting fatter while their televisions got thinner. The media also addressed our growing dependence on technology. In the movie Wall-E, people are already living in a spaceship, where they are

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Why Testing is the Key to Going Back to the ‘Old Normal’

Although everyone by now knows the protocols of wearing a mask while social distancing when at public places and regularly washing hands with soap and water—not everyone is aware of the importance of COVID-19 testing. As many individuals as possible, mass testing is crucial in ‘containing’ the pandemic and reducing the spread of the novel

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Why Non-Profits Need More Gen Z in Their Organizations

Most organizations have millennials and older generations as their primary audiences. This is since these generational cohorts hold such a massive buying power. But one should never ignore today’s young generation, aka the Gen Zers. They are now the youngest generation to enter the workplace, while some make up all traditional-aged college undergrads. They may have a few

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How Will Artificial Intelligence Solve Global Energy Problems?

For thousands of years, tools and equipment have helped us increase the standard of living in various aspects of society. Whether it is plowing fields in an agricultural setting, crafting apparel, or building skyscrapers that will last decades, there’s no doubt that technology has made our lives more manageable and will continue making it easier.

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The Roles of Technology in Natural Resource Conservation

For many people, advances in technology have brought about more comfort and convenience. However, it’s often at the cost of our natural resources as well as our wildlife. We use trees for wood and paper products, petroleum for fuel and plastics, and water for various uses such as drinking, irrigation, and waste disposal. We’ve cleared

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5 Ways Introverts Can Have the Best Time at Home

About 30% to 40% of the world’s population are introverts. These are people who recharge their energy through solitude since their environment can overstimulate them. They also prefer smaller crowds and deep conversations, as others can drain their strength quickly. If you’re an introvert, then you know that your home is enough. However, you can

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