The home office forever? – Editorial

Unprecedented millions of people in the country’s workforce have been forced to work from home en masse, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Working from home is now a mantra that central and local governments rely on to win the fight against the virus, which has infected 579 people and killed 49 including health workers since […]

could lose 1 billion euros to the coronavirus

Juan Carlos Delgado Madrid Updated:03/18/2020 15:42 save Booksellers, publishers and distributors have expressed, through a statement, their concern about the effects that the economic crisis derived from the coronavirus may have on an industry that is the leading cultural sector in Spain. They consider that “there is a certain risk that many of the companies […]

NASA and the private sector have big plans for space travel

Among all the concerns of the coronavirus, here is a positive development: NASA this month has started to submit requests for new astronauts. You probably won’t qualify: candidates must have an STEM background and the odds of being accepted in the last round were 50 times worse than for Harvard candidates. In addition, NASA is […]

The London Book Fair canceled the fears of the coronavirus amid growing anger | Books

One of the world’s largest international literary events, the London Book Fair, has been canceled due to fears of the coronavirus, amid the growing anger that the delay in calling it was endangering people’s health and unfair financial strain for publishers. The organizer Reed Exhibitions announced Wednesday that the escalation of the disease would have […]

The war begins with the coronavirus – Editorial

Widodo’s announcement by President Joko “Jokowi” on Monday about the first two confirmed cases of Indonesians who contracted the coronavirus novel that causes COVID-19 in the country was highly anticipated, however it will still have a number of consequences. First, the announcement by the head of state implies the government’s intention to show not only […]