Which Are the Key Players Evolving In the Growth of Computer Aided Drug Discovery Market?

Pune, New York, USA, November 24 2020 (Wiredrelease) Research Dive :The coronavirus outbreak is predicted to impact the global computer aided-drug discovery market in a positive way. The ligand-based drug design segment (LBDD) is estimated to hold a dominant share in the global market. By therapeutic area, the respiratory disease segment will be most lucrative during the period of forecast. The Asia Pacific region is anticipated to grow at the highest CAGR by the end of 2026. The prominent players of the industry are focusing on various strategies to hold a strong market position amidst the pandemic stress.

The impact of COVID-19 pandemic has left the world in the biggest shock of this decade. The number of people suffering due to the Corona virus has been increasing at a rapid pace. Many medical organizations across the globe are working meticulously on developing the vaccine for COVID-19. Furthermore, several organizations are

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Evolving Non-Credit Programming in the Community College Space

No matter what education path someone takes, work-based and experiential learning will always hold high value—something that community colleges need to incorporate into their program models. 

Community colleges are there to serve their community and get its members back into the workforce as soon as possible. Non-credit programming, although not usually seen in community colleges, has the ability to accelerate this process by getting students the right credentials for a specific job. Community colleges need to look to their learners who may not see themselves as “college material” and help them see the potential in these programs. In this interview, Tracy Hartzler and Erica Barreiro discuss the challenges of growing enrollments in non-credit, how colleges can scale these programs and tying non-credit into the lifelong learning model. 

The EvoLLLution (Evo): What are some of the biggest roadblocks that tend to stand in the way of enrollment growth in non-credit, non-degree

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