If patent is subject in your research, this CWTS course might be of interest to you. The course is scheduled for 17-18 October at CWTS in Leiden.
Meet UM’s Open Access key proponents: as of today, you will find their posters and images on screens all over Maastricht University. These colleagues give you their personal statements on Open Access.
The agreement between CUP and the universities in the Netherlands is the first of its kind, as never before a publisher is guaranteeing researchers the right to publish their articles OA directly via the gold route.
As of 1 June, you probably won’t have access to recent articles published in Oxford University Press (OUP) journals. Fortunately, content prior to 2017 can still be accessed through the regular channels.
We realise how important it is for you to manage your research data in an integer and secure way. Therefore, we offer a palette of services and now works on another facility for storing (locally) and sharing research data.
Especially of interest to UM biochemists: to promote Open Access Week 2016, from 24 – 30 October, Electrochemical Society (ECS) is taking down the paywall to the ECS Digital Library.
It is good to know that there is a useful current overview of 4,500 journal titles with a nationwide Open Access discount.
Update on Wolters Kluwer negotiations to secure Open Access to academic publications by law scholars affiliated with universities in the Netherlands.
Everyone should be able to read and reuse the results of publically funded academic research online: this is the ideal pursued by the Open Access movement. UM shares this ideal and signed an agreement with six publishers.
The new CRIS is easy to use and offers many more facilities. It reduces the administrative burden on our academic staff by harvesting from external sources and ensures that our publication record is accurate, complete and publically visible.