“Users are a powerful voice: they actively contribute to shaping Research4life”
Mercy Moyo, Secretariat of the Research4life User Group, on the Group's activities and plans for the future.
Finding accurate poisons information: spotlight on the New Zealand National Poisons Centre
Research4Life users can access the NPC's professional and timely advice on poison management and emergency preparedness.
“Research4Life has been with me through my entire career”
For fifteen years, Research4Life has supported urology research and practice in Senegal and beyond.
From Research4Life user to co-Chair of Research4Life Technology team
Martin manages Research4Life's technology platforms and offers support to users, working closely with our technology partners.
“Research4Life is an incredible community”
Ylann Schemm, Director of the Elsevier Foundation, tells us why they're supporting Research4Life Country Connectors project.
Why are we fundraising for Research4Life?
We need help to support the critical mission of Research4Life to enable full participation in the global information environment.
Research4Life in 2022
2022 was a busy year for us at Research4Life. We launched the new Strategic Plan: Our Vision to 2030, initiated projects to better support our users around the world, made important changes in our leadership, and worked to scale our offer. Read below for a recap of stories from this year!
“The whole country benefits from access to Research4Life”
User Representative Pascal Soubeiga on how Research4Life helps researchers in Burkina Faso.
Twenty years of Hinari in Viet Nam
Since 2022, Hinari has supported researchers in Viet Nam to practice medicine from a solid evidence base.
New AI model can help achieve the SDGs through Research4Life content
Researchers and publishers may soon be able to find new fields of inquiry relevant to the SDGs thanks to an artificial intelligence (AI) model being developed for Research4Life.
Achieving an equitable transition to OA for researchers in the Global South: Latest findings
New trends on how authors affiliated to countries eligible for Research4Life are choosing Open Access when publishing their research.
Ukrainian institutions using Research4Life increase almost tenfold
More than 500 organizations in Ukraine have subscribed to Research4Life collections of resources in less than six months for zero-fee access.