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Webinar: the Research4Life landscape analysis

To help partners, users and other stakeholders understand the key findings of the Research4Life Landscape and Situation Analysis and discuss the changing research landscape, we are happy to announce an upcoming webinar on Thursday 16 July 2020 from 2-3pm CET / 8-9am ET / 1-2pm BST.

Research4Life selects INASP to evaluate user experiences
Posted in: News, Press Releases
Research4Life has appointed INASP to conduct an independent and wide-ranging review of Research4Life’s users’ experiences across a range of countries and institution types.
Deadline extended! Register now for the next Research4Life MOOC for users in the least developed countries
Posted in: News
The next Research4Life MOOC will take place from 15 June to 19 July and is held specifically for users from the UN list of Least Developed Countries.
Join our webinar on CABI’s agricultural information resources
Posted in: News
To learn how to use CABI's resources, including CAB Abstracts, Research4Life users are welcome to join our free webinar on 13 May from 12 to 1 pm CET.
Publishers open up digital backfiles for Research4Life users unable to visit their libraries
Posted in: News
Our publisher partners are stepping in to help out Research4Life users unable to access older books or journal articles through their library due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Research4Life user survey
Share your thoughts on resources available through Research4Life
Posted in: News
Want to help us decide which webinars to organize next? We invite all Research4Life users to take our short survey.
World Intellectual Property Day: celebrating access to information for innovation
Posted in: Blog
26 April marks World Intellectual Property Day. We talked to our colleagues at ARDI, Research4Life’s program for development and innovation resources, about some milestones of the program.
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