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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.

Discover scientific literature through Global Academic Focus, now accessible via Research4Life
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Are you looking for resources from China or in Chinese? Then it’s worth trying out Global Academic Focus (GAF): an abstract database that is freely available and can be accessed through Research4Life.
Join our webinar with Cambridge University Press
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Our next webinar guides Research4Life users through Cambridge Core, the home of academic content from Cambridge University Press (CUP).
New radiology content available through Research4Life
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The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) has recently joined Research4Life. This adds five journals, accessible to all users, to the Hinari collection.
New user interface for Research4Life planned for mid-2021
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We are thrilled to announce that Research4Life will be working with Ingenta to create a new user interface for its content portal. The new Research4Life portal is set to launch in the spring of next year.
Webinar: Learn all about joining and using Research4Life
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Join us on Tuesday 24 November at 2 pm CET for a webinar that takes you through everything you need to know about joining Research4Life.
New webinar on INASP services for researchers from the Global South
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Join us on 11 November 2020 at 10 am CET for a second webinar in which you will learn how INASP supports researchers in low- and middle-income countries.
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