U.S. SCIENTISTS RELEASE COVID-19 PAPERS OPEN ACCESS TO DATABASE

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Allen Institute for AI, a research organization founded by the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, has partnered with major research organizations to launch COVID-19 Open Research (Dataset-19), for use by scientific communities around the world.

The dataset contains 29,000 scientific literature, 13,000 of which are related to the COVID-19 and coronavirus families.

The dataset will be updated weekly as new papers are published in preprinted websites bioRxiv and medRxiv, as well as in peer-reviewed journals.

The database uses different licenses, some commercially and some non-commercial.             

U.S. SCIENTISTS RELEASE COVID-19 PAPERS OPEN ACCESS TO DATABASE