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Open science takes on the coronavirus pandemic

A young woman wearing a surgical mask assembles a 3D printed protective mask with finished masks piled on a table in front

A student in Warsaw assembles 3D-printed protective masks. Credit: Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto/Getty

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Nature 581, 109-110 (2020)


Additional reporting by Abdullahi Tsanni in Abuja, Nigeria.


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