See below a list of the COVID-19 resources available from other bioscience organisations and wider community. This page is being updated on a rolling basis, but if you have any more content you would like us to add, please send us an email.
The Biochemical Society and its publisher, Portland Press, have signed a joint statement, committing to rapid and open sharing of research data and findings relevant to the coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak in China. Additional papers will be added on a rolling basis.
Emerging Topics in Life Sciences, the journal co-owned by the Biochemical Society and the Royal Society of Biology will be having an issue devoted to emerging pandemics/viral epidemiology. If you would like to contribute a short review article or perspectives piece for consideration in the issue, please contact the Managing Editor of the journal by the 30 April.
The British Ecological Society is broadcasting free online talks on the latest ecological research. Join BES for Ecology Live, and watch an online seminar from a top ecologist every Thursday at 15:00 BST, starting on Thursday 16 April.
The BSI have published a new section on their website with links to webinars, updates and resources, including funding calls relevant to the pandemic.
The Physiological Society is hosting a new webpage of all of its coronavirus related content, and will be regularly updated as the situation develops.
The Biologist has launched a series of Q&As looking at how life scientists around the world have sprung into action to help understand, track, and treat COVID-19. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be featured or have any information to contribute to this series.
The Physiological Society are inviting questions, comments and data from front line clinicians dealing with patients, with the intent to respond to and investigate, and provide an evolving understanding of the physiological and pathophysiological mechanisms of the virus.
A programme of free professional development webinars for members including publishing, career pathways, and even how to make the most of the lockdown.
The Journal of Physiology and Experimental Physiology have made all research papers potentially relevant to COVID-19 free to access.
A new website page providing key information on the COVID-19 situation for BIA member companies and the life sciences sector.
Information on support for individuals, researchers, educators and businesses from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
It's OK...Not to be Okay – Let's talk series
The Institute of Animal Technology have produced leaflets offering guidance for animal care staff on technician welfare through the pandemic, and on dealing with the emotional impact of research animal euthanasia.
UKRI Guidance for the research and innovation communities
This page contains the latest information for UKRI-supported researchers and innovators and is updated on a regular basis.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): information for grant applicants and grantholders
This page has information for anyone applying for one of their research grants, or who holds a Wellcome grant.
NNEdPro is a global organisation, headquartered in the UK, with both central and regional networks spanning six continents. They have published a new webpage designed to signpost NNEdPro members, collaborators and stakeholders towards various resources including specific nutrition resources, international guidance documents and additional reading material.
For more information on how the RSB is responding to the pandemic, visit our dedicated COVID webpage.