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New nonprofit launched to support Research4Life

Friends of Research4Life, a new 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in the United States, was launched to support the critical mission of Research4Life to enable full participation in the global information environment. Organizations and individuals can now make contributions that directly benefit Research4Life programs.

Strengthening diagnostic medical imaging in Tanzania through Research4life
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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
Navigating the new Research4Life content portal: save time and discover content easily
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We invite all Research4Life users to a webinar on how to navigate our new unified content portal to discover content easily on your next search.
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Twenty years of Hinari
Posted in: News
For the 20th anniversary of Hinari, Research4Life’s Health program managed by WHO, we went back in time a retraced its history.
Press release: Research4Life launches their world class digital repository on Ingenta Edify
Posted in: Press Releases
Research4Life has successfully launched its new content portal powered by Ingenta Edify.
New Research4Life content portal now live
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Research4Life launches a new user portal for access to our content with improved features and functionality.
Webinar – How Research4Life can help make Open Access publishing more equitable
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Join us for a new webinar and discover how Research4Life is looking at the Open Access landscape.
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