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Winners of Research4Life prize drawing announced
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King Hussein Cancer Center is the lucky winner of the First Prize  Research4Life provides access to tens of thousands of online books and journals daily, but it is a rare occasion when it can offer a physical printed publication to
2016 MLA Hinari/Research4Life Grant Recipients
The Medical Library Association (MLA) and the Elsevier Foundation have announced the recipients of the 2016 MLA HINARI/Research4Life Grants. Funded by the Elsevier Foundation, these grants will support HINARI/R4L training activities that promote the use of the programs’ scientific research resources in emerging/low income countries.
New Hinari Master Trainer Online Course
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We are pleased to announce the new Hinari Master Trainer course. On the next October 1st, a new 4-week free online Hinari Master Trainer Course will start thanks to the collaboration with our partners Librarians without Borders (Medical Library Association) and
Research4Life is now part of Oxfam's Digital Searching and Access Guideline
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In November 2012, Oxfam  -one of the biggest international organizations working to fight poverty-, launched a series of guidelines to help development practitioners conduct high-quality research. The “how-to” guidelines are available in the Oxfam Policy and Practice website, which offers free access
Research4Life is now part of Oxfam’s Digital Searching and Access Guideline
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In November 2012, Oxfam  -one of the biggest international organizations working to fight poverty-, launched a series of guidelines to help development practitioners conduct high-quality research. The “how-to” guidelines are available in the Oxfam Policy and Practice website, which offers free access
Research4Life General Partners Meeting 2016
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The Research4Life Annual General Partners Meeting was held at Cornell University’s Weill Cornell Medical College on  20 and 21 July 2016 in New York City. The meeting brought together more than 30 delegates and observers representing our publishing community, the United Nations agencies, University
Research4life/INASP Advocacy competition on Elsevier Connect
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To highlight the critical role that doctors, researchers, librarians and policymakers play in advocating their leaders to support research in their institutions and countries, Research4Life joined with INASP to launch an advocacy competition. The aim of the contest is to
Forum on Open Data, Open Science and Open Access to Agricultural Information, Accra, Ghana
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The final of three Open Data and Open Science Forums in Africa is set to take place July 11 2016, followed by the last in a series of training workshops, July 12-13 Organized by FAO in conjunction with several partners, this Forum is
INASP and Research4Life Launch Research Advocacy Competition
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Global case study competition spotlights how users in the developing world have successfully advocated for a sustainable research culture. London, United Kingdom June 28, 2016 – INASP and Research4Life have announced today a competition to recognize the critical role that researchers,
A total of 69,000 online resources now available in Research4Life
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The total online resources available in Research4Life is going up We are pleased to announce a new update in the number of online resources available through the Research4Life programes. In the last 18 months, the total count of material has risen
Total resources on AGORA swells to 28,000
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Huge new input onto the platform gives researchers access to 15,000 new books New resources are being added to Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture (AGORA) all the time but this latest addition represents an enormous boost to the
Tanzania workshop on Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture (AGORA), May 24-25 2016
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The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO of the UN) in conjunction with several partners is organizing a series of training workshops across Asia and Africa focused on access to research in agriculture and fisheries. Last month