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Sharing research data and findings relevant to the novel coronavirus outbreak

The Swedish Research Council supports a statement calling on researchers, journals and funders to ensure that research findings and data relevant to the management of the Corona virus are shared rapidly and openly.

The British organisation Wellcome Trust has taken the initiative for the statement and a large number of funders, publishers, educational institutions and other organisations have signed it.

Read the full statement on the Wellcome Trust website. External link.

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