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Covid-19 Museum

The object of this project is the construction of a Covid-19 museum, a museum initially electronic likely to gather all the scientific, literary, iconographic, media traces of this period; a museum for all, consultable by all, a tool for reflection and analysis for health actors, philosophers, sociologists and anthropologists, psychologists, historians and political scientists, economists, epidemiologists and more generally any researcher wishing to exploit the mass of data that will be collected there; a multi-dimensional museum reflecting each aspect of the moments we are going through; a national museum which could be used in all countries to promote the emergence of a world museum of this pandemic; a museum for memory, didactic and analytic, available to all populations tomorrow as a marker of new futures and new horizons.

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Scientific collaboration in the era of COVID-19 

A collaborative project to build effective and beneficial ways to boost scientific progress in this time of crisis. A list of tools to write scientific manuscripts together is provided.

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Folding @Home

We’re simulating the dynamics of COVID-19 proteins to hunt for new therapeutic opportunities.

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Just One Giant Lab

A good list of open and participatory projects around Covid19

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Covid19 Survey

Survey data on how citizens prepare and cope with the spreading coronavirus

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Foldit: The rundown on coronavirus

You don’t have to be a scientist to do science! Download and play Foldit and you can help researchers discover new antiviral drugs that might stop coronavirus! The most promising solutions will be manufactured and tested at the University of Washington Institute for Protein Design in Seattle.

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