The Royal Society work on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Throughout the pandemic, the Royal Society and our community of scientists and Fellows have worked to deliver timely and rapid evidence to inform policy decisions. You can explore our events, blogs and video content to find out more about Covid-19 and our work in presenting evidence during the pandemic. There are also pages for researchers and Royal Society grant-holders and science educational resources for science learning at home.
Find regularly updated information for applicants and award holders of Royal Society funding with regards to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).
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Find all of the Royal Society's publications, stories and blog posts on coronavirus (COVID-19).
The UK has invited the Global Pandemic Data Alliance to deliver on S7 recommendations on health emergencies.
Conference exploring the basic science, vaccine efforts and diagnostic logistics, treatment and recovery from long and acute COVID.
A panel of expert speakers explore whether vaccines will provide the solution to the coronavirus pandemic.
Grants and funding
Science at home
All research findings and data relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic are open access
The Royal Society has signed a Wellcome statement on the subject of research findings and data relevant to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Rapid Assistance in Modelling the Pandemic
The Rapid Assistance in Modelling the Pandemic (RAMP) initiative is bringing modelling expertise from a diverse range of disciplines to support the pandemic modelling community already working on Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Science in Emergencies Tasking – COVID
SET-C draws on the expertise of our Fellows and others to respond to requests for rapid science advice on topics relevant to tackling the pandemic.
Data Evaluation and Learning for Viral Epidemics
The Royal Society has convened a data analytics group to tackle COVID-19.
Information for applicants and award holders of Royal Society funding
Regularly updated information for applicants and award holders of Royal Society funding with regards to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).
Scholarly publishers work together to maximise efficiency during pandemic
This is to ensure that key work related to COVID-19 is reviewed and published as quickly and openly as possible.
Science at home
The Royal Society supports teachers during this challenging time and has collated a number of resources, activities and videos, that they may wish to share with parents, to support learning from home.