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Research in the time of a pandemic: Korea’s COVID-19 success story
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Research in the time of a pandemic: How a 2018 BBC documentary helped advance COVID-19 research
The story of an Oxford researcher and how he used data from a BBC documentary to demonstrate COVID-19 spread patterns.
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Research in the time of a pandemic: An interview with WHO
The World Health Organization is this week's guest in our series 'Research in the time of a pandemic'.
Research in the time of a pandemic: Healthcare preparedness and response
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Research in the time of a pandemic: Leading the Oxford Vaccine Trial
Dr Sarah Gilbert, the lead for the Oxford Vaccine Trial for COVID-19 talks about the vaccine.
2016 North American Corporate Summit
September 2016 | The North American Marketing and Sales teams hosted a Corporate Summit in Cambridge, MA. The event was attended by librarians interested in Trending Topics from Springer Nature spanning journals, eBooks, and ROI support.