As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the world, many people are now working from home. At the same time, medical practitioners and others deemed “essential workers” must continue to go out to their workplace. The situation is the same for scientists and researchers at research and development departments. Because they need to use special facilities to conduct research and experiments, working from home has its limits. It then becomes a question of how to continue research activities while reducing infection risk to a minimum. In this article, we looked into initiatives being pursued at Hitachi’s Central Research Laboratory in Tokyo

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