MIT Press publishes new book on open access by Peter Suber

The MIT press has just published a new book by Peter Suber which offers a concise introduction to open access. Suber, the key chronicler and de facto leader…

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Study Sanctuary—Hayden’s Lipchitz Courtyard

The Lipchitz Courtyard within…

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New events-driven analysis from EIU

Do you rely on the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Country Intelligence (libraries.mit.edu/get/eiu) for frequent forecasts of economic and…

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OA research in the news: Biologist Kaiser named MIT provost

Biology Professor Chris Kaiser started his job as provost last week, succeeding MIT’s new president, Rafael Reif. Kaiser, a cell biologist who studies protein folding, served most…

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MIT Institute Archives in the Cambridge Open Archives Tour on July 12

The Cambridge Historical Society is hosting its…

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Libraries closed on Independence Day

All MIT libraries will be closed for Independence Day, Wednesday, July 4. The Libraries will resume regular hours on…

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OA research in the news: Zebrafish offer clues to autism

Researchers led by biologist Hazel Sive are using zebrafish to help learn about the biological mechanisms behind human brain disorders like autism. In a recent paper published…

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