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Promoting Digital Access to Research in Least Developed Countries

1,400 librarians, researchers and students from 10 countries have learnt how to access and search digital scientific and academic information provided by Research4Life partners in the framework of a new activity of the UN’s Technology Bank for Least Developed Countries.

How Research4Life has responded to the COVID-19 emergency
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COVID-19 is not affecting all the Research4Life community in the same way: new User Review shows the pandemic impact, and how Research4Life can help.
How Research4Life helps save lives on a neurosurgery ward
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Dr. Pratyush Shrestha uses Research4Life to get vital information to successfully operate a complex case that he has never seen before.
Discover The Lens – register now for the next webinar
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Join us for a webinar on The Lens, a free and open knowledge and discovery platform that provides analytics and research management tools, and a comprehensive collection of scholarly literature and patent metadata. Sign up for the webinar on Monday
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Webinar: Discover Mendeley Reference Manager – register now
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We invite all Research4Life users to a webinar on Mendeley, a free platform that helps make you a powerful, productive researcher.
New nonprofit boosts Research4Life’s mission to build research capacity in lower- and middle-income countries
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Friends of Research4Life, a new nonprofit, 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.
How Research4Life helps researchers in lower- and middle-income countries publish open access
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Researchers can now submit their work to open access journals, which are free to read. However, many researchers in lower-income countries don’t have funds to pay for the fees. Research4Life helps them navigate this landscape.
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