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JenyunChou Apr 16
New study published on a subject that is less known in horse welfare: Irish traveller horse owners Well done!!!
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Aimee Armande Wilson Apr 17
While we’re on the subject of getting scholarship out from behind paywalls, many (most?) contracts allow scholars to post pre-publication versions of the work to personal websites and institutional repositories. It benefits everyone and breaks no rules!
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Björn Brembs Apr 15
Check it out! An book on : "Open Access and the Library"
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LSE Impact Blog Apr 17
Self-organising peer review for preprints - A future paradigm for scholarly publishing
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Alex Holcombe 🇺🇲🇺🇳🇦🇺 Apr 16
Don't just thank a librarian on . Recognize that they are leaders in making knowledge free. As they have since public libraries were invented!
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Katrine Sundsbø Apr 10
Interesting quote on the current environment around Open Access, and the cancelled deal between Elsevier and University of California
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Matteo Cavalleri Apr 17
Scientists 3D-printed a tiny human heart using a patient’s own cells. (Research published in , )
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SPARC Europe Apr 15
New platform University Journals uses repositories, pre-print servers and international journal infrastructure to publish research, data, software, negative results and small sample studies.
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Elsevier Immunology 2h
A trypsin-based method for isolating leukocytes from human choriodecidua suitable for immunophenotyping and transcriptome studies
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Frank Kumli 24m
Open access: remember the patients | -> patients are experiencing a comparable frustration at having newly minted knowledge kept from us—for financial reasons
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UC Apr 10
Proud to announce our first agreement with a major publisher: ! faculty and leadership are both deeply committed to making UC research available to anyone, anywhere in the world - and this is an important step.
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Eric Topol Apr 17
Blurring the line between life and death—a pig study—evokes major bioethical concerns by by C Giattino, + S Youngner, I Hyun
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Katherine Stanley 1h
Free access all weekend, get in! The Architectural Review
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Eric Topol Apr 16
When "have a heart" gets new meaning printing NOT IN MICE ;-)
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The Lancet Haematology Apr 11
Online first: lentiviral for Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome, results from 9 patients phase 1/2 trial
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Kris McNeill 3h
New paper from Nick Pflug in on the use of N-cyclopropylanilines as molecular probes for triplet state oxidants in natural waters.
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JSTOR 12h
Did you know that all content on JSTOR is searchable without a login? There's 5,200 ebooks and 47 journals to explore!
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SEMICYUC Apr 17
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Farooqi Lab 18h
Gain-of-function variants in are associated with protection against and exhibit a signaling bias for the recruitment of β-arrestin rather than cAMP production.
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Open Science Apr 15
Should all academic research be free? and what can teach us about publishing by to
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