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Organising COVID-19 data will help us respond more swiftly to this and future pandemics

Alexandre Antonelli, Daniel Edler, Martin Rosvall & Daniele Silvestro
Alexandre Antonelli is the Director of Science at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and Professor of Biodiversity and Systematics at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. His research centres on the development of tools and methods in biological sciences, including the organisation and processing of large datasets through novel bioinformatic solutions.

Daniel Edler is at Gothenburg Global Biodiversity Centre and Icelab, Umeå University, Sweden.

Martin Rosvall is at Icelab, Umeå University, Sweden.

Daniele Silvestro is at Gothenburg Global Biodiversity Centre, Sweden, and the Department of Biology, University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
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Many countries are now easing coronavirus restrictions despite a great amount of uncertainty ahead. Returning to normality is a complex challenge that… Read more »

Publishing better science through better data

Andrew Cosgrove
Andrew obtained his PhD in molecular biology from the University of Dundee in 2005. He joined Genome Biology in 2009 after a post doctoral research position at the University of Sheffield investigating chromosome positioning during meiosis in yeast.
Andrew Cosgrove

Last Wednesday, I attended a conference called Publishing Better Science Through Better Data at the Wellcome Collection, organized by Scientific Data.… Read more »

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