COVID-19 Evolving Information and Resources 3
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As the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow, various publishers and journals are currently offering free access to articles and other types of information about the new coronavirus (covid-19). Library presents a selection of scientific resources that could be useful for staff and students at MPI.
It is a collection of journal articles, preprints, conference proceedings, dissertations and more related to COVID-19 and other coronaviruses.
科睿唯安特別推出「新型冠狀病毒研究資源專欄」，為專業人士和公眾提供關於病毒的專業資訊、診斷治療和藥物研發的最新資訊。專欄集成了科睿唯安的Cortellis資料庫、Web of Science平臺和Derwent Innovation平臺中關於冠狀病毒的專業資訊以及相關研究文獻，能夠幫助讀者快速瞭解冠狀病毒的專業知識，相關藥物的研發進展，以及關於冠狀病毒的熱點研究。
This page offers leading research from Web of Science, breaking news from BioWorld and complimentary access to Cortellis Drug Discovery Intelligence for the latest on the evolving health crisis.
It provides free access to relevant articles and works with international organizations to support the sharing of relevant research and data.
Provides free access to online journal articles, chapters from Oxford Medicine Online and other online resources.
Free medical, social, and behavioural science articles from SAGE Publishing.
Free access to a range of essential textbooks from all disciplines and COVID-19 related research articles.
Provides links and references to all relevant COVID-19 research articles, book chapters and information that can be freely accessed.
A channel for the latest information on the COVID-19 global pandemic.
It provides authoritative information on the full range of health-related issues.
It provides contextual information on hundreds of today's most significant science topics.
It provides access to research on areas relating to COVID-19, respiratory viruses, ventilators and ventilator components is critical to help overcome the current crisis.
World Bank is coordinating with partners to accelerate the international response and support countries to manage the global pandemic.
Further, you can still access most of the e-resources On- and Off-Campus provided by the Library including: