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Beth Prior 5h
Supporting open access
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IWA Publishing OA 2h
Curious about ? Our publisher is at and would love to chat with you!
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Karen Mc 6h
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together”. Inspiring thoughts on from Gwenda Thomas. Lots to ponder at
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Brill Law 2h
The Introduction and two articles are available in in International Criminal Law Review, vol. 19.1. Special Issue devoted to “National Prosecutions of International Crimes: Sentencing Practices and (Negotiated) Punishments”.
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Brill History 2h
Money and Coinage in the Middle Ages is the 1st volume in our new series Reading Medieval Sources. The ebook is published in but if you prefer print: we're bringing a copy to
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Elsevier Cardiology 3h
Check out the first articles published in recently launched open access mirror journal Atherosclerosis: X
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Sarah Slowe 4h
Crowd sourcing twitter... we're running a workshop in a couple of weeks on collaborative publishing internationally.. what is your #1 top tip?
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Donna Kennedy 15h
Replying to @a_bricca
In the presence of knee , what constitutes "therapeutic exercise" please?
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Giulia Bottaro 2h
you got me. I was hoping this would be a real life experience from . Back to my normal bedside table notepad then
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Utkarsh ✧ Jun 20
Replying to @hardik_rathod
5th Movement, Where are you going?
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Catherine Clark 7h
Glenda Thomas reflecting on how and open textbooks might advance social justice
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Rainer Lange 47m
"It is therefore straightforward to hypothesize that any policy that fails to address the non-substitutability problem in scholarly communication will also fail to solve the affordability problem (...)." &
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Jeremiah 'Jake' Minich 13h
hearing the origin story of journals from founder Patrick O Brown - , “ making publishers loose a billion is better than making a billion”
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Brill Biology 2h
The invited review in Amphibia-Reptilia, vol. 40.2, “Environmental DNA and metabarcoding for the study of amphibians and reptiles: species distribution, the microbiome, and much more” is available in
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Vrushali Dandawate 13m
Request to all open access advocates, Researchers, Librarians, Publishers from Asia to complete this " Open Access Asia" survey for my research work. Your inputs will be helpful for me.
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ihna Jun 15
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OpenAccessOxford 3h
Oxford researchers, there's still time to book on our next training session, this Wednesday, 11am -12pm, Knowledge Centre Group Study Room, Old Road Campus Research Building. Bring along your questions! Book here:
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ORBi-Publis-ULiège 5h
Luu Thao Nguyen-Isolation and characterization of a Nannochloropsis salina isolate from Vietnam wi...
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MaryGraceStefanchik 44m
ASME CEO Tom Costabile talks with the Chair of our committee, Prof. Jane Davidson, and head of ASME Publishing Philip DiVietro about the challenges and opportunities facing today’s technical content.
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USCResearchBank 13h
The following research dataset was our item for last week: Dataset of assessment for prominent exostosis projecting from the occipital squamat (2018) ⭐️Congrats & ⭐️
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