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Matt Might Jan 21
Patients and scientists: THIS IS NOT A DRILL. The White House is considering requiring open access to all taxpayer-funded research. Please sign to let The White House know that you strongly support this transformational initiative:
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SPARC Mar 21
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Tanner Fadero Feb 1
Replying to @TanFad
Wow this post is blowing up! Here are some ways to read restricted science literature: Open Access Button: arXiv / bioRxiv: / Sci-hub: Unpaywall:
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Peter Suber Feb 19
The White House OSTP () just called for public comments on US federal policy (for texts, data, & code). Comments are due on March 16. Refs to immediate/unembargoed OA suggest that it's related to the rumored action.
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mbeisen Jan 20
One of the great travesties of modern science is that the public are denied access to the results and benefits of science their tax dollars support. If you want to change this support and add your name here:
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Ashley Farley Mar 23
"If we want to come to a full understanding of the outbreak, all peer-reviewed research in medical, STEM, social science, and the humanities is potentially “relevant” and should therefore be made open."
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Robert Kiley Jan 28
21 Nobel Prize winners urge President Trump to sign Executive Order, requiring all federally funded research to be made "The old model of subscription publication is not a good fit for the modern electronic era"
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Alex Holcombe Dec 23
Five reasons I'm protesting: 1. This letter APS signed may have really hurt the chances of an expansion of the NIH funding open access policy begun by Zerhouni in 2005 and signed by Bush in 2007.
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mbeisen Jan 23
if everyone who signed our open letter supporting new US zero embargo open access policy could get 1,000 friends to sign as well, we'll hit a million in no time
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Philip N Cohen Jan 23
Good news. ASA Committee on Publications passed this today: "The ASA Committee on Publications expresses our opposition to the decision by the ASA to sign the December 18, 2019 letter." Thanks to 220+ people who signed the letter. Background: .
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mbeisen Jan 21
The US government is weighing a policy that would make the results of US government funded research immediately freely available to everyone. But it's facing fierce opposition. Show your support for by adding your name to this open letter.
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SIPS Jan 17
Today the SIPS executive committee has signed a letter in support of Read about why, and click through to read the letter, here:
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MIT Libraries Jan 19
Looking for tips on how to find (non-paywall) articles that you can download & read no matter where you are? Look no more!
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SPARC Mar 25
Great work by to make it easier for publishers to get papers into PubMedCentral for researchers, health care providers, the public - and for text-mining research.
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EFF Jan 16
It's time for the US government to adopt a strong open access policy.
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Chris Bourg Mar 2
Public access to federally funded research should be immediate and unfettered. Our ability to use research to solve real problems depends on open access with no embargo.
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Günter Waibel Mar 3
"The current [COVID-19] crisis has demonstrated the value of open access to research, as well as the drawbacks of secrecy." in the
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Dr. Cable Green Jan 16
Publicly funded research should be open by default. How open? 0 embargo period. Full reuse rights (open license) on the article. Open data: (CC0) on all research data.
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Kyle K. Courtney Dec 19
Replying to @KyleKCourtney
♬ So I put my research up, My impact's strong And the fly away♪ Noddin' my head like, yeah Sharing my like, yeah I got my research open that's strong ♪ You know we're gonna be okay Yeah, it's Yeah it's ♫ /3
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Center for Open Science Jan 16
We’re committed to ensuring outputs of publicly funded research are available for all. Please join us. Visit for tools and resources.
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