Monthly Archives: June 2016

Why embargo periods are bad for academic publishers

The recent EU Competitiveness Council’s Conclusions on The transition towards an Open Science system calls for “immediate open access as the default by 2020, using the various models possible and in a cost-effective way, without embargoes or with as short as possible … Continue reading

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New research data management service: calling all early adopters!

Do you need a large scale data store for your live research data projects? Do you have data you wish to archive from research nearing completion? If so the Library research support team may be able to help; we are … Continue reading

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