As we begin 2021, we’ve heard so many friends and colleagues celebrate that 2020 is over. It was a difficult year, no doubt about it, and for many of us it has tested our collective resilience more than any year in recent memory. Despite this difficulty, though, we were as a society inspired to find incredibly innovative solutions to the various problems we were presented with. Whole industries moved to more flexible ways of working – from home, via video-chat, and with our kids or pets wreaking havoc in the background. We developed new methods for getting our groceries and food deliveries with minimal contact, seriously increased our capabilities to deliver tele-healthcare, and found ways to remain connected to our friends and families despite not being able to see each other physically.