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Based on past experience, we might expect a vaccine to take 18 months to be created. But smart people have been inventing not just vaccines, but faster ways to design, test, and produce them.

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If you share this link and 2 others share it and so on, we use the power of exponential math in our favor. Which seems appropriate given the virus is using that same exponential math against us.

Science has an ugly, complicated dark side. And the coronavirus is bringing it out.

Experts say the pandemic is letting bad science slip through the cracks.

Using behavioural science to help fight the coronavirus

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The race for coronavirus vaccines: a graphical guide

Eight ways in which scientists hope to provide immunity to SARS-CoV-2 .

Emotion, as well as information, prompts greater social distancing | ESRI

Emotions are important for whether we keep our social distance, according to new ESRI research. The institute’s Behavioural Research Unit used an experiment to show how messages that highlight the danger of infecting specific vulnerable people, or large numbers of people, are more effective than messages that provide only information about what people should do. In line with survey research, the study generally showed high levels of awareness and understanding of the Government’s measures to tackle COVID-19. The experiment tested how additional messages might sustain social distancing behaviour.

Why it’ll still be a long time before we get a coronavirus vaccine | New Scientist

Trials of experimental coronavirus vaccines are already under way, but it’s still likely to be years before one is ready and vaccination may not even be possible

MIT Sloan research about the coronavirus pandemic | MIT Sloan

The latest working papers from MIT Sloan faculty about the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.

'It?s a razor?s edge we?re walking': inside the race to develop a coronavirus vaccine

The long read: Around the world, more than 40 teams are working on a vaccine for Covid-19. We followed one doctor in the most urgent quest of his life

The most promising strategies for defeating coronavirus: a review study

Experts review possible approaches from antivirals to gene therapy against the virus responsible for COVID-19: Frontiers in Microbiology

medRxiv COVID-19 SARS-CoV-2 preprints from medRxiv and bioRxiv

medRxiv is receiving many new papers on coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. A reminder: these are preliminary reports that have not been peer-reviewed. They should not be regarded as conclusive, guide clinical practice/health-related behavior, or be reported in news media as established information.

1st person in US gets experimental coronavirus vaccine

The vaccine was fast-tracked to human trials, but it will still be some time before it's ready for public use.

Is There a Coronavirus Vaccine? Here's Everything You Need to Know

As Covid-19 spreads, the pressure is on for drugmakers to get a vaccine to market. But it's not that easy.