Blog

Special Collection on the Ebola Virus by AAAS/Science
Given the current widespread and lethal outbreak of the Ebola virus, AAAS’ journals Science and Science Translational Medicine offer a freely available collection of research and news articles on the viral disease to researchers and the general public. View the special collection and share
AAAS Science – Publisher of the Month
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is our first publisher of the month. AAAS publishes three respected peer-reviewed journals that Research4Life users are able to access. Science, the premier global science weekly; Science Signaling, the leading journal of
How to Read a Scientific Paper
An infographic with four simple steps to follow when reading a scientific paper: Skim, Re-read, Ask yourself questions and summarize. About the author Natalia Rodriguez Natalia Rodriguez is the Communications Coordinator for Research4Life. She works with different organisations finding innovative
Understanding Research4Life
Check out a quick and easy infographic about Research4Life and its programmes. About the author Natalia Rodriguez Natalia Rodriguez is the Communications Coordinator for Research4Life. She is a Science Communication Creative working with different organisations to find innovative ways to communicate science and
‘Making a Difference’: Where Are They Now? – Geoffrey Salanje
Since registering for Research4Life in 2004, staff and students at Bunda College of Agriculture have benefited from free access to high-quality scientific information in support of more than 20 academic programs.
Research4Life and its impact on Agronomist’s work in Burkina Faso
Dr Sami Hyacinthe Kambire, a researcher from Burkina Faso, shares how Research4Life as helped him to develop better and more informed scientific writing skills, produce focused research that he can discuss with top researchers worldwide, compete more effectively for research
Research4Life and its impact on Agronomist's work in Burkina Faso
Dr Sami Hyacinthe Kambire, a researcher from Burkina Faso, shares how Research4Life as helped him to develop better and more informed scientific writing skills, produce focused research that he can discuss with top researchers worldwide, compete more effectively for research
Research4Life helps charity improve lives of HIV-infected orphans- Zambia
frameborder="0" width="560" height="315"> In 2003, a woman with AIDS, seven months pregnant and living in a bus terminal in the Zambian capital of Lusaka, was found by nuns and brought to a shelter. After delivering the baby, physician Tim Meade
How Research4Life helped a physiotherapist find better ways to treat his patients
Physiotherapist Mulugeta Bayisa’s experience with Research4Life’s Hinari programme has helped him find better ways to treat his patients and teach his students. More than that, though, it has changed the way he thinks. Watch this video to find out more. Mulugeta
A researcher in Burkina Faso finds what he needed to lift his work to international standards
Until September 2008, Sami Hyacinthe Kambire, an agronomist in Burkina Faso’s Institute for Environment and Agricultural Research (INERA by its French acronym), was a frustrated researcher. Although part of the Ministry of Scientific Research and Innovation, INERA, like most research
Advancing the standard of medical research means saving more lives for this hospital in Nepal
In his role as a paediatrician at Kathmandu’s Shree Birendra Hospital, Arun Neopane is a voracious consumer of journal papers. This passion led to his appointment in 2003 as the hospital’s Officer in Charge and editor of the Journal of
On the front lines of research
Uganda’s largest institution of higher learning boosts usage of evidence-based information through Research4Life. As a young student, Caroline Kobusingye was planning a career in counseling. “My passion is to help people and I thought that was the best way to
Hinari