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Wellcome Trust Aug 14
We want to move to a fully world where no research is behind a paywall 🔓 These librarians, scientists and funders are making it a reality 👉 |
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Ethics in Bricks 6h
Findings from publicly funded research should be publicly available.
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BJSM Aug 17
Clinical risk factors for Achilles tendinopathy: a systematic review
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Springer Nature 5h
We’re delighted to have reached an understanding on the world’s largest transformative agreement with in Germany.
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Jean-Jacques Hublin Aug 13
Our new paper on the spread of the Initial Upper Paleolithic toward Central and Northern Asia is just out in Scientific Reports . 45,000 years ago Homo sapiens groups were already settled in Mongolia
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Eric Topol Aug 17
5. And going deep into tissue, the tumor (yes, you read that correctly) was shown to be important for immune system response and prognosis in patients with pancreatic cancer
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CⓐmeronNeylon 22h
Are you interested in doing a PhD on scholarly communication , , , and universities? Interested in doing it in Australia?
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Annals of Oncology Aug 19
The described clinical benefit, safety and tolerability of radium-223 and the recent progress in TαT trial development suggest that TαT occupies an important new role in prostate cancer treatment
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Benoy Mathew 23h
There may be no difference between contraction types for overall tendon adaptation. However, the lower demands of eccentric contractions may make it more appealing for the elderly population
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JXB Aug 21
heat shock transcription factor HSFA7b positively mediates salt stress tolerance by binding to an E-box-like motif to regulate gene expression
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Xavier H.C. Vermeersch Aug 21
The paratype female of Tamolanica leopoldi (Werner, 1930) (top) and the male that was only recently described (bottom). Publication available in at
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Mark Turin Aug 20
JUST OUT & : 'The Politics of Language Contact in the Himalaya' which I edited with Selma K. Sonntag.🙏to all of the brilliant contributors, & Erin G for tireless editorial assistance, please spread the word, free PDF & HTML
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Wiley Oncology & Hematology Aug 21
Good news! Lots of authors at German institutions can now publish with Wiley journals at no direct cost. Check if you’re eligible
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Jonas Nyman 17h
Now open access! Make sure to check out the ESI too!
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Simon Dawes 6h
Just learned that my intro to this book and concluding interview with Jamie Peck will be available in November.
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PTPBio journal 21h
New! Marco J. Nathan suggests that while there are “important and well-defined issues … scattered across the specialized literature, awaiting resolution. ‘Should we be pluralists about species?’ is just not one of them.”
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PTPBio journal 20h
New! “Castes and Trees: Tracing the Link Between European and Mexican Representations of Human Taxonomy” by Erica Torrens and Ana Barahona
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Ernesto Priego Aug 21
Uncountable many: "I cannot publish in an venue because I don't have funding for it". Rarely anyone ever: "I cannot publish in a paywalled venue because the majority of the public and many colleagues and libraries around the world cannot afford the subscriptions".
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J Lipid Res. Aug 20
In this thematic review, Jan-Bernd Funcke and Philipp Scherer discuss recently identified adipokines and outline the contributions of non-coding and to adipose tissue inter-organ communication.
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