Staying Productive During COVID-19

Kiana Amini, department of chemical engineering PhD candidate at the University of Waterloo, has some tips on how you can stay scientifically productive during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

In an article published on the University of Waterloo blog, Amini says although most in-person classes, events, and research operations are now remote, which presents its challenges, it also presents many opportunities.

For example, the time to …

  • Read recent publications in your field of work
  • Plan your next experimental design
  • Apply for research grants, fellowships, or awards
  • And—take a break!

Read Amini’s full article here.

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