Category: Science

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...

Science

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

In a paper published this month, MIT researchers suggest that many of the varied symptoms that characterize autism may be explained by a difficulty...

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The Springer Book Archive (SBA) is here!

You may know that for several years, MIT Libraries has had online books (2005+) from the prolific publisher Springer. Now we are pleased to announce...

Music

Chemistry societies and open access: new options for authors

The MIT Libraries are sponsoring a panel discussion on October 24 which will give authors an opportunity to hear directly from three chemistry societies...

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Back-To-School on Energy

For many, September is the season of picking up where you left off, recapping what you already know, and/or taking research and learning in...

Engineering

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...

Scholarly communication

What’s new at the Libraries this fall

Welcome back! The MIT Libraries have been busy over your summer vacation. We’ve made improvements, added new resources, expanded our services, and lined up...

Engineering

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...

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OA research in the news: Anand wins 2014 Drucker Medal

Mechanical engineering professor Lallit Anand has won the 2014 Daniel C. Drucker Medal, awarded by the Applied Mechanics Division of the American Society of...

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