Open Source Projects
Open Source Projects
As new genomes for the coronavirus come to light, after its constant mutations there are now more than 3000, researchers upload them to an online database called GISAID.
This resource provides a values framework to help to regulate emotions when under extreme stress. This is a relevant when dealing with stress arising from the current period of uncertainty and volatility.
FLATTEN is a not-for-profit organization platform for collecting and providing real-time information regarding the spread of COVID-19 in your local community and around the nation (Canada).
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.
Making data freely accessible for better public outcomes. A hosted repository of public datasets to aid researchers, data scientists, and analysts in the effort to combat 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.
Individuals being locked up in a quarantine could potentially be sent into a negative spiral that could potentially end up in an epidemic of depression. How can we prepare ourselves and others and turn this vicious cycle (parasitic processing) around to promote human flourishing.
Source: John Vervaeke in the scientific study of personal wisdom
un prototype de dispositif de respiration artificielle d’urgence, peu onéreux et facilement reproductible, en favorisant l’utilisation de composants accessibles au plus grand nombre.
The development of a high-throughput lab that can process as many as 10,000 tests per day, with a turnaround time of within 24 hours for reporting results to physicians. The design, protocols and specifics of this lab will be available open-source to anyone else looking to establish high-capacity lab testing.
Note: To ensure quality resources, all contributions undergo a peer-review process. There will be a small delay between submission and publishing time. Thank you for your contribution 🧪