Tagged: Open Science

Ronald Tutor Campus Center, University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, California, USA, September 19, 2015 | © Courtesy of Ken Lund/Flickr. 0

Despite the Non-Profit Push for Gold Open Access, Publishers’ Transition to Open Science Involves Reservations

Vested interests and insufficient sustainability may slow the international progress toward Gold Open Access, as a standard for the publication of scientific articles, despite philanthropic funding, even though in the European Union policy-based mandates...

Day 3: Future Leaders of the Pacific Conference, the National Marine Sanctuary, Pago Pago, American Samoa, USA, February 7, 2013 | © Courtesy of US Embassy/Flickr. 0

Transparency, Collaboration and Cost Effectiveness Drive Growth in Open Access, as Subscription-Based Sectors Shrink

Open Access publishing grows in popularity internationally, due to the enabler role of digital infrastructures for social networking, global visibility, transparent peer reviews and low-cost solutions, such as national-level preprint repositories, built on top...

Fighting malaria, April 15, 2011 | © Courtesy of Jeremy Miller, AusAID, and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia. 0

Open Access in Medical Sciences Goes Increasingly Mainstream with Growing Public Awareness and Industry Acceptance

As access to latest medical research results, such as in the fields of oncology, vaccine development and disease prevention, can have critical importance for individual patients, healthcare professionals and public bodies, Open Access is...