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MOOD Xmas Event 2.0: 2021’s recap

The second MOOD’s anniversary –and a global pandemic– set the context for MOOD partners to meet again, recapping the work
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Notes from IMED 2021: Many voices. One Health.

Research work conducted within the MOOD project aims at improving epidemic surveillance and preparedness in Europe and across the world.
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MOOD at IMED2021

Members of the MOOD project will give a consistent contribution to the Eighth International Meeting on Emerging Diseases and Surveillance (IMED 2021)
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Social listening and the use of qualitative data for monitoring health behaviours and trust

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated how rapidly incorrect information about vaccines can emerge and evolve online, fuelling hesitancy to national
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MOOD Science Webinars

Every last Wednesday of the month, MOOD hosts a series of science webinars inviting leading experts on topics related to
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The impact of biotic and abiotic factors on vectorial capacity of Culex mosquitoes for West Nile virus

Given the unprecedented growth of trade and travel over the last three decades from all corners of the globe, many
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Reducing contacts to stop SARS-CoV-2 transmission during the second pandemic wave in Brussels region, August to November 2020

One year after the first COVID-19 wave that paralyzed Europe, scientists are grappling with contact tracing systems while institutions are
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Maps of Human Mobility Change During the COVID-19 Outbreak

The Environmental Research Group at Oxford University (ERGO) led by Senior Analyst William Wint and Geographical Information Manager Neil Alexander
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Reduction in Mobility and COVID-19 Transmission

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, governments aimed to curb epidemic outbreaks and transmission by restricting population movement through social
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COVID-19 DataExplorer Map: Comparing Big Open Covid Data

Commissioned by the MOOD project to provide a visual analytics platform, the Montpellier Laboratory of Computer Science, Robotics and Microelectronics
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