If you ever needed an illustrative case for why open science matters, COVID-19 is it. Imagine if all science was done with such a strong ethos of transparency and sharing of data, materials, code, and protocols.
“I never hear scientists — true scientists, good quality scientists — speak in terms of nationality.” Collaboration. Putting results ahead of ego. More reasons to love scientists. Let’s step back and let them take the wheel.
“I never hear scientists — true scientists, good quality scientists — speak in terms of nationality.” I have been hearing about this too: International scientific collaboration now operating at a higher level than ever before
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together Never before, scientists say, have so many of the world’s researchers focused so urgently on a single topic. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.
Never before, researchers say, have so many experts in so many countries focused simultaneously on a single topic and with such urgency. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.
Covid-19 has ignited a global scientific collaboration unlike any in history. Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused - so openly and urgently - on a single topic. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.
"While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history."
I haven't even thought about writing papers for publication since mid-January. To address the threat posed by #COVID19, it's all about making progress as fast as possible, and sharing what we find as broadly as possible.
“While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history.” - inspiring. By ⁦⁩ ⁦
Covid-19 has ignited a global scientific collaboration unlike any in history. Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused - so openly and urgently - on a single topic. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.
“Though Chinese officials initially covered up the outbreak and have since used it for propaganda purposes, Chinese scientists have in many ways led the world’s coronavirus research.”
Covid-19 has ignited a global scientific collaboration unlike any in history. Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused - so openly and urgently - on a single topic. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.
"[T]he Trump administration & its Chinese counterparts have cast coronavirus research as national imperatives, sparking talk of a biotech arms race. "The world’s scientists, for the most part, have responded with a collective eye roll."
"While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history." & they didn't even get to the social sciences which has been massively collaborative.
Never before, scientists say, have so many of the world’s researchers focused so urgently on a single topic. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.
This is the most inspiring movement I have seen in science: Scientists have been creating a global collaboration unlike any in history. Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused simultaneously on a single topic and with such urgency.
"While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history...[Quoting Francesco Perrone:] 'I never hear scientists — true scientists...— speak in terms of nationality.'"
This needs to be a permanent change. Please. #OAintheUSA #openaccess #openscience ⁦
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together
“While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history”: #Covid19 changed how the world does #science, together via
Covid-19 has ignited a global scientific collaboration unlike any in history. Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused - so openly and urgently - on a single topic. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.
While political leaders lock their borders, scientists shatter theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history. Never have so many experts in so many countries focused on a single topic with such urgency. ⁦⁩ ⁦
The highlighted @10queues 's international collaboration with and as a model for how the race for a #COVID19 vaccine must extend across national borders.
Covid19 has ignited a global scientific collaboration unlike any in history. Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused simultaneously on a single topic and with such urgency. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.
Historian of medicine & science here. This is false. I just finished a book for ⁦⁩ on how doctors from around the world stopped the 1866 cholera pandemic. Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together - The New York Times
Scientists cooperating globally on the crisis, despite national chest-beating... by and
Covid-19 has ignited a global scientific collaboration unlike any in history. Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused - so openly and urgently - on a single topic. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.
“The ability to work collaboratively, setting aside your personal academic progress, is occurring right now because it’s a matter of survival.”
A global scientific collaboration unlike any other is underway. And it doesn't quite fit with "America First."
#OpenScience accelerates research and discovery. While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history. #Covid19 #ScienceMatters
Covid-19 changed how the world does science, together. While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration. Never before have so many researchers focused so urgently on a single topic
“Never before, scientists say, have so many of the world’s researchers focused so urgently on a single topic. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.”
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together - The New York Times. So proud of ⁦⁩ a consortium created to find answers to pressing questions in the light of #COVID19 & beyond with members from across the globe! 500+ counting
One very good reason, among many, for why a novel Coronavirus vaccine should *not* receive intellectual property protection.
A nice conclusion from this article to finish another day of #WFH ”While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history.” #UnitedWeStand
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history
“My nation, your nation. My language, your language. My geographic location, your geographic location. This is something that is really distant from true top-level scientists.”
I ❤️ #scientists. via
Would it be corny to admit that this article brought a happy tear to my eye? Let's hope this transparency survives the academic. H/T Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together
Very good news! The crisis brings out the best in us. Scientists from all over the planet reject the idea of geopolitical confrontation. They believe in research cooperation. Together we will develop the vaccine faster! 👏👏👏
Well I suppose the “cut the crap, for want of a better word” quote resonated ... thanks for dragging that one out of me ... great piece #COVID19 #VaccinesMatter
"While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history.."
Excellent NYT piece by and on the global scientific war against covid-19.
While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history. Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused on a single topic & with such urgency. #COVID19
As we’re all trying to find new ways of working together across borders of all kinds, so are scientists, who are "creating a global collaboration unlike any in history.”
Science around the world is coming together without borders at a time of collective emergency - the best and brightest of the human race all focused on a single enemy: SARS-CoV-2.
On the cosmopolitanism of science
"Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together" - #openscience
Some good news at last: #Covid19 Changed How Scientists Do Science, Together. Fuck #AmericaFirst. Fuck #ChinaFirst.
Scientists say that never before have so many of the world’s researchers focused so urgently on a single topic. Next stop: halitosis and adult acne.
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together
“While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history.Never before have so many experts in so many countries focused on a single topic and with such urgency.”
Science will ultimately help us stop this virus. Collaborating across borders will massively accelerate that process. And much broader science collaboration going forward will be the ultimate legacy of this crisis, saving many lives for decades to come.
#CoronaManhattanProject 🦠
Another type of #COVIDkindness: the pandemic has caused scientists around the world to band together, competing less and openly sharing data in massive collaborations. One of the WHO's largest international clinical trials is named SOLIDARITY.
Amidst a lot of unhappiness it's good to know that the scientific community is working as one; without borders, sans frontières, sin fronteras.
The rush for grants and prestige have many bad effects on bioscience research - hoarding of knowledge, duplicative efforts. Let's make #openscience and cooperation the new default, starting now.
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together - We always do Science together, this is just at another level and much needed - The New York Times
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together
Sometimes I'm proud of my profession
“Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together”
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together - can we do this between #economics and #epidemiology ++ - ideas welcome!
"While [..] leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history. Never before […] have so many experts in so many countries focused […] on a single topic + with such urgency.”
Covid-19 Changed How the World Does Science, Together
Covid-19 Has Already Changed How the World Does Science, Together. Never before, scientists say, have so many of the world’s researchers focused so urgently on a single topic. Nearly all other research has ground to a halt.
Here's what we've recently added to our coronavirus guide: 59. Scientists around the world have never worked worked together as closely as they do now, by and via . Recommended by , Hidden Wars correspondent.
"While political leaders have locked their borders, scientists have been shattering theirs, creating a global collaboration unlike any in history."