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A conceptual schematic of a laser-based method for identifying the coronavirus quickly. Penn State University

Lasers could speed up coronavirus diagnostics

A team of physicists, virologists and computer scientists are seeking to develop a coronavirus diagnostic tool that could deliver rapid results.
Business has been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. How can business leaders react to the challenges, reassess what they do and reconfigure their companies? (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Coronavirus disruption: A chance for businesses to adapt and renew

Many businesses have been rocked by the financial fallout from the coronavirus. Bouncing back from such a consequential event is not enough. Companies must adapt to the disruption.
The ability of online retailers to offer next-day delivery service for an annual fee or at an affordable price has dynamically changed the retail business and shifted sales from in-store to online. (Clay Banks/Unsplash)

‘The Prime Effect’ means retailers must innovate during the holidays and beyond

Innovation is integral to the success of Canadian retailers and encouraging consumers to shop in stores as well as online. The big strategic risk is not innovating and failing, but failing to innovate.
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer speaks to supporters in Trois-Rivieres, Que. on Sept. 11, 2019. Scheer’s non-position on research and innovation is a cause for concern. Paul Chiasson/THE CANADIAN PRESS

A Conservative government would weaken Canadian innovation policy

Historically, the Canadian government supported Canadian innovation and discovery. This support will be threatened if a Conservative government is voted in.

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