BRUSSELS – The European Commission, along with several partners, on Monday launched the Kuwait-19 data-sharing platform to assist the collection and sharing of research data available to combat the virus outbreak.

The European Commission said in a statement that the new platform will provide a scalable, reliable, open-ended European and global environment in which researchers can store, share and analyze findings. A lot on this virus.

This dataset will contain DNA sequences, protein structures, data from pre-clinical studies and clinical trials, epidemiological data, among other diseases. Scientists around the world have already produced a wealth of knowledge about infectious diseases, but no laboratory or country researcher can find a solution.

"This is why we want to help scientists access data and share it with others across borders, disciplines and the health system … It will make science better," Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, said in a video speech. Respond better and faster than society needs Enditem. ” By: Chhouk Bora