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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.

Register now for the next Research4Life MOOC
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The fourth edition of the Research4Life MOOC is starting on 5 October. Register before 28 September to join hundreds of peers and discover Research4Life!
Webinar: How to use the FSTA database for research in food and health science
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FSTA provides scientific and technological information in food and health science. Join us on 24 September at 2:00 pm CET for a free webinar on how to search FSTA effectively.
“Open access publishing needs to be as inclusive as it wants to be”: Three recommendations to support OA in the Global South
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Elsevier and STM collaborated on an analysis of publishing habits and trends in Research4Life countries over the past ten years. Read our interview about the report.
“Our faculty depends on access to Research4Life”: Meet our user representative Gabriela Paz
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Gabriela Paz from Honduras is the new Research4Life user representative. In the next two years, she will provide valuable perspectives on our users’ needs.
IOP Publishing joins Research4Life, adding 90 physics journals
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The publishing arm of the London-based Institute of Physics has recently joined Resarch4Life, adding 90 journals on various topics within physics to the Research4Life platform.
Deadline extended! Tell us your views on Research4Life
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Do you use Research4Life? Does it help you find the information you need? The latest Research4Life User Experience Review is underway and we want to hear from you!
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