In partnership with ScienceOpen, the freely accessible interactive discovery platform, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Town Planning Review COVID-19 Viewpoint Series on ScienceOpen.
Over 50 Viewpoints will be available in the collection, from thought leaders in both the academic and professional communities, looking at the impact of the pandemic on how we live, work, and play.
The Viewpoints are part of the LUP ScienceOpen Planning and Development Super Collection, an infrastructure which creates a space for research to come together in one place; making it easy to find the content that you are looking for, and encouraging collaboration in the research community.
Interactive features allow you to share, recommend, comment or review any articles in the journal. Find content at a glance, with articles from different fields of study brought together to form easily accessible topics. Search and sort by citations, altmetrics, keywords, authors, and more to unlock the full context of research and gain new insights.
Explore the collection on ScienceOpen.
Articles from the collection include:
Forced homeward: the COVID-19 implications for housing
Anupam Nanda | Sotirios Thanos | Eero Valtonen | Yishuang Xu | Razieh Zandieh
Putting the COVID-19 pandemic into perspective: urban planning scholars react to a changed world
Bertie Dockerill | Daniel Baldwin Hess | Alex Lord | John Sturzaker | Oliver Sykes
Read more about what prompted the series of Viewpoints on the COVID-19 pandemic.
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