Coronavirus, 2019-nCoV: Forschungsergebnisse frei zugänglich

Springer Nature ermöglicht den schnellen und direkten Zugriff auf die neuesten Forschungsergebnisse, Daten und Erkenntnisse zum neuen Coronavirus 2019-nCoV, um ein globales Handeln zu unterstützen.

Springer Nature hat alle aktuellen und relevanten Artikel zum Coronavirus sowie ergänzende Kommentare und Bücher online zusammengetragen. Die Inhalte werden kontinuierlich aktualisiert und sind frei zugänglich.


Wir haben uns auch dem Statement “Sharing research data and findings relevant to the novel coronavirus (nCoV) outbreak” des britischen Wellcome Trust angeschlossen.  

Bitte nutzen Sie als Referenz und für eine Übersicht der aktuellen Unterzeichner die ursprüngliche Quelle auf der Webseite des Wellcome Trust. Hier das Statement im Original-Wortlaut:

“The outbreak of the novel coronavirus in China (2019-nCoV) represents a significant and urgent threat to global health.

We call on researchers, journals and funders to ensure that research findings and data relevant to this outbreak are shared rapidly and openly to inform the public health response and help save lives.

We affirm the commitment to the principles set out in the 2016 Statement on data sharing in public health emergencies, and will seek to ensure that the World Health Organization has rapid access to emerging findings that could aid the global response.

Specifically, we commit to work together to help ensure:

all peer-reviewed research publications relevant to the outbreak are made immediately open access, or freely available at least for the duration of the outbreakresearch findings relevant to the outbreak are shared immediately with the WHO upon journal submission, by the journal and with author knowledgeresearch findings are made available via preprint servers before journal publication, or via platforms that make papers openly accessible before peer review, with clear statements regarding the availability of underlying dataresearchers share interim and final research data relating to the outbreak, together with protocols and standards used to collect the data, as rapidly and widely as possible - including with public health and research communities and the WHOauthors are clear that data or preprints shared ahead of submission will not pre-empt its publication in these journals

We intend to apply the principles of this statement to similar outbreaks in the future where there is a significant public health benefit to ensuring data is shared widely and rapidly."


Um sich als Unternehmen oder Organisation diesen Prinzipien anzuschließen, setzen Sie sich gerne mit David Carr (d.carr@wellcome.ac.uk) in Verbindung.