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We're scientists who don't want to see business travel to return to normal after the pandemic. Here's why

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Attendees at the Roblox Developer Conference on in Burlingame, California.
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Katherine H. Freeman is a geochemist at Penn State, and Raymond Jeanloz is a geophysicist at the UC Berkeley.
They say virtual conferences should continue post-pandemic to improve access and be more eco-conscious.
This article was produced in collaboration with Knowable Magazine , a digital publication covering science.
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