New web page summarizes major US research funder open access requirements

As part of an effort to provide information about new open access requirements that are emerging from the White House Directive on “Expanding Public Access to the Results…

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An Open Access Week event: Chemistry societies and open access — new options for authors

In honor of International Open Access Week, the MIT Libraries are sponsoring a panel discussion on October 24 which...

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OA research in the news: Autism as a disorder of prediction

In a paper published this month, MIT researchers suggest that many of the…

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Chemistry societies and open access: new options for authors

Pictured above, L to R from top: Professor Christopher Cummins; Jennifer Griffiths, RSC; Mary Yess, ECS; Kevin…

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OA research in the news: Bhatia wins Lemelson-MIT Prize

Biomedical engineer and professor Sangeeta Bhatia has been awarded the 2014 Lemelson-MIT…

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OA research in the news: Ebola outbreak linked to funeral

In a study published last week, researchers including MIT Biology professor Eric Lander show that this year’s explosive Ebola outbreak in West Africa possibly stemmed from the…

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New Requirements for DOE-funded Researchers: Public Access to Data and Publications

In response to the 2013 Memorandum from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, “Expanding Public Access to the Results of Federally Funded Research,” the Department…

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OA research in the news: Report on the future of MIT education

This week, MIT President Rafael Reif released the final report of the Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education, which “marks the beginning of an…

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