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May 8, 2020

Coronavirus has changed everything – from the way we work to the way we socialize. But, how has the pandemic altered the innovation landscape?

About the Interview

In this episode of Hilary Topper On Air, Hilary interviews Gregory Zeller, Vice President, Editor at Innovate Long Island, a news website that covers the regional innovation economy from the inside out!

Greg will discuss innovation in the age of coronavirus. He will speak about how the pandemic has altered the innovation landscape on Long Island and elsewhere. He will also talk about how this tragedy is also an amazing opportunity for innovators across Long Island and especially in the education field.

About Gregory Zeller

Gregory is the vice president and editor of Innovate Long Island, a news website covering – and celebrating – the Long Island innovation economy. Gregory’s award-winning journalism career spans three decades and top news outlets across New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, with the occasional detour into marketing and politics; he also is the author of the “Quantum Acres” series of supernatural thrillers, available exclusively at

About Innovate Long Island

Since 2015, the news website Innovate Long Island has covered the regional innovation economy from the inside out. Launched by seasoned veterans of print and digital journalism, Innovate LI is itself an innovation: an exercise in advocacy journalism, dedicated to the amazing research at Long Island’s cornerstone universities and laboratories, the startups spinning out of those institutions, the investor network supporting them and everyone in between – even the innovator building a better mousetrap at home.

Innovation is Long Island’s best socioeconomic hope. And Innovate LI is here to help, by highlighting programs and progress you won’t read about anywhere else. To contact Greg or learn more about Innovate Long Island and the Meteor, visit