For 20 years, Science has annually brought the University’s and region’s scientific community together to explore the latest in science and technology. This year, we’re hitting pause. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to reshape our lives, meaning we can’t come together for our usual symposium celebrating scientific and convivial exchange.
At a time when science plays an increasingly important and visible role in all of our lives, we face new challenges but also new opportunities. While we all look forward to when
we can convene again, even apart, scientific progress and discovery persist. So, in the meantime, let’s keep learning, safely conducting research, and letting science lead the