I had joined a new company recently where it has an unique working culture.
Every weekday morning, we would gather and share our experience or a small story that would spread positive vibes.
This would eventually create a good positive energy in the morning for each of us.
On top of that, I had realised throughout the time what would generally make an employee stay for long term is your superiors or colleague which eventually your working environment.
The founder is a lady in mid 60’s. She is the real life Iron Lady I had ever met. She has the never give up spirit, constantly learning new things and always willing to listen.
Such a humble person that is also willing to teach and share whatever she got.
If each human is a book, she’s definitely the one with rich content and there are more pages to flip on to learn more from her.
I guess that I’m gonna stay a bit longer with her this time.
On January 10 2020, the SARS-CoV-2 genome was published. 3 days later, Moderna finalized the sequence for mRNA-1273, its mRNA vaccine candidate; the first batch was manufactured on February 7. On February 24 (45 days after genome publication), Moderna shipped the first batch of mRNA-1273 to the NIH for use in their Phase 1 clinical study. 266 days of clinical trials and regulatory coordination followed. On November 16, Moderna announced that the vaccine's efficacy was 94.5%. Source: linked materials. Note: the BioNTech vaccine was produced on a similarly impressive timeline but I haven't yet tracked down sufficiently granular information about its development—pointers appreciated.
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