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A medicine classic goes online and far afield: OUP's Oxford Textbook of Medicine launched online for the first time (From Oxford University Press, May 2010)
Oxford University Press (OUP) has launched, for the first time online, the prestigious Oxford Textbook of Medicine. Generations of consultants, trainees, and medical students have relied on this “classic” for practical guidance on clinical management and the prevention of disease.
IFIS – FSTA Abstracts join AGORA
The International Food Information Service (IFIS) Publishing has made available to AGORA subscribers in selected countries the FSTA/Direct- the Food Science and Technology Abstracts database. Established for over 40 years, the IFIS Publishing database, FSTA/Direct, offers access to extensive food
Improving ICTs is critical to create an environment for open access WHO/TDR/Crump
Bridging the Digital Divide Through Open Access by Kenyan Researcher Joseph Juma Musakali
Kenyan researcher Joseph Juma Musakali asks what African research institutes can do to exploit the open access movement. Publishing scientific findings and accessing the research of others is an essential part of the academic process, particularly to encourage debate and
Scopus Now Available in Research4Life for Scientists in the Developing World
Scopus now availabile in Research4Life for scientists in the developing world Scientists in developing world benefit from freely available web-integrated literature research tool with citation information, direct links to full-text articles, library resources, patent searches and reference management software Amsterdam,
Research4Life launches website to coincide with sponsorship of World Conference of Science Journalists
Research4Life launches website to coincide with sponsorship of World Congress of Science Journalists London, 02 July 2009 – Research4Life today announces the launch of www.research4life.org. The website will act as the public face of the Research4Life partnership for journalists, partners and
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Thomson Reuters Partners with Research4life to bring Scientific Research Information Resources to Developing Countries around the World
Healthcare & Science Business Creates Special Edition of ISI Web of Knowledge To Advance Research4Life Partnership Philadelphia, PA, London, UK, June 15, 2009 – The Healthcare & Science business of Thomson Reuters today announced that it is joining Research4Life to provide
New "Research4Life" Umbrella Brand Launched to Embrace the Three Key United Nations-Led Initiatives which Offer Research for Free or at Little Cost to Developing Nations
The HINARI, AGORA and OARE cooperative public-private partnerships (PPPs) between UN agencies, STM publishers, universities and university libraries, philanthropic foundations and technology partners enjoy well-established reputations among some specific target audiences, including institutes, librarians and users. Partners have launched a
New “Research4Life” Umbrella Brand Launched to Embrace the Three Key United Nations-Led Initiatives which Offer Research for Free or at Little Cost to Developing Nations
The HINARI, AGORA and OARE cooperative public-private partnerships (PPPs) between UN agencies, STM publishers, universities and university libraries, philanthropic foundations and technology partners enjoy well-established reputations among some specific target audiences, including institutes, librarians and users. Partners have launched a
Research4Life in Nairobi, Kenya
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OARE: Closing the Scientific Information Gap: Interview with Mohamed Atani, UNEP
Mohamed Atani is officer-in-charge of the publishing unit in the Division of Communications and Public Information (DCPI) based at UNEP Headquarters in Nairobi. His main responsibilities included: running UNEP’s Publishing Board; supervising writing and editing, advising UNEP divisions on matters
International Diabetes Federation
Diabetes Post: Closing the information gap: The HINARI, AGORA and OARE programmes
The lack of access to scientific and medical literature has historically been a major challenge in developing countries. In a world that is increasingly digital, effective opportunities now exist for connecting healthcare providers, researchers and policy-makers with online research and
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