///Journal Glass Structures & Engineering Volume 5, Issue 3, November 2020
Hardly any event in recent history has put such a tremendous pressure on society worldwide as COVID-19. As also today the way we live and work is still highly affected by it, our thoughts are with those who have experienced the awful effects of the Corona-virus up close.
Whilst the economic effects on construction in general and the glass sector in particular may only become fully visible in the months ahead of us, glass itself has played and is playing a very important role these days. Thanks to the transparency of glass, elderly and other people in the risk zone could still see visitors without physically compromising their own health. In spite of lockdowns and travel restrictions, millions of people could remain in touch through online communication, drawing energy from human connections made through the glass of their displays. Let this be an encouragement for all of us to keep pushing the limits of this material so that society can benefit from it to the utmost.
Now, what challenging topics does the current Challenging Glass special issue bring us?
Check the link to find the articles!