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Twenty years of Hinari in Viet Nam
Since 2022, Hinari has supported researchers in Viet Nam to practice medicine from a solid evidence base.
New AI model can help achieve the SDGs through Research4Life content
Researchers and publishers may soon be able to find new fields of inquiry relevant to the SDGs thanks to an artificial intelligence (AI) model being developed for Research4Life.
Achieving an equitable transition to OA for researchers in the Global South: Latest findings
New trends on how authors affiliated to countries eligible for Research4Life are choosing Open Access when publishing their research.
Ukrainian institutions using Research4Life increase almost tenfold
More than 500 organizations in Ukraine have subscribed to Research4Life collections of resources in less than six months for zero-fee access.
Honduran doctor devotes decades to Research4Life training
Dr. Jackeline Alger reflects on how Research4Life has helped the betterment of public health and expansion of the research ecosystem in Honduras.
Dr Ni Vietnam
“Research4Life was the main reference for reliable information”
Dr. Ni from Cho Ray Hospital in Vietnam talks to us about his career and how Research4Life supports his work.
How Research4Life changed the life of this university in Myanmar
Access to up-to-date sources is a necessity that few institutes in the Global South can afford. For more than a decade, Research4Life has made this necessity a dream come true for this university in Myanmar.
Improve your research with these free digital tools
Managing a research project or writing a research paper is a daunting task and we can all lose precious time and even money when struggling with different platforms and managing huge amounts of data or text.
Strengthening diagnostic medical imaging in Tanzania through Research4life
By Dr. Mboni Ruzegea, Director General of Tanzania Library Services Board and National Library. The use of imaging technology to diagnose and treat local endemic diseases is gaining pace in Tanzania. Thanks to the increased availability of evidence-based research, radiologists in
news clipping from the washington post and new york times covering the launch of hinari
Twenty years of Hinari
For the 20th anniversary of Hinari, Research4Life’s Health program managed by WHO, we went back in time a retraced its history.
How Research4Life has responded to the COVID-19 emergency
COVID-19 is not affecting all the Research4Life community in the same way: new User Review shows the pandemic impact, and how Research4Life can help.
How Research4Life helps save lives on a neurosurgery ward
Dr. Pratyush Shrestha uses Research4Life to get vital information to successfully operate a complex case that he has never seen before.
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