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University students social distancing during exams.

The academic environment will look very different after lockdown.Credit: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP/Getty

The coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally changed the world of work, both in research and much further afield. Scientists everywhere have had to learn how to work from home and continue their research with no access to the laboratory or new data.

Many campuses will soon reopen their doors to students and staff, but rather than being a return to normality, it will be a very different experience from what we’re used to. Social-distancing regulations will change behaviours, as will the financial pressure placed on many labs by economic effects of the lockdown.

Nature Careers is offering a series of custom-made newsletters covering audience-requested topics, to help researchers who will be returning to a new world of work. Over five weeks, we’ll send you new information on how to take your career forward in the time of coronavirus. Use the box below to let us know what you’d like to see and to register your interest in receiving the newsletter. We’ll collate your responses and use them as a guide to commission new content and repurpose articles we’ve already published.

We look forward to hearing from you.

doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-020-01837-0

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