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Free access to a digital library for developing countries
...s of our atmosphere. Springer, one of the founding publishers
of OARE, has also made available works on environm...d Medical Publishers (STM), and leading scientific publishers
around the world. ...
Setting the standard for computer models of life
...ple the microarray community, by enabling authors, publishers
and data providers to work together to improve access to meaningful biological information." ...
A new way to share models of biological systems
...ware. "Ultimately," says Le Novère, "we hope that publishers
will encourage any author who plans to publish a new model to submit it to the BioModels database; this will ensure that all the models in the public domain are freely available for everyone to make the most of them." The BioModels database is freel...
NIH Calls on Scientists to Speed Public Release of Research Publications
...elping our scientists exercise this right. We urge publishers
to work closely with authors in implementing this ...e flexibility for authors, their institutions, and publishers
in those cases where immediate release is not possible," Zerhouni added. "NIH recognizes the importa...
Not-for-profit publishers call NIH public access rule a missed opportunity
...signments," according to the NIH statement. These publishers
believe that NIH should take advantage of the fact that most not-for-profit publishers
currently make all their content--not just NIH supported articles--available for free to the public ...
BioMed Central welcomes the new National Institutes of Health public access policy
...blishing with most of the traditional subscription publishers
will be expected to go through a process of resubm...ges introduced in the publication process, as many publishers
specify that only the author's version of the manuscript can be submitted to archives. Those who ch...
Spleen may be source of versatile stem cells
...n online resource on the science of aging from the publishers
of the journal Science. "Theremay be a previously undiscovered pocket of primitive stem cells in thespleen that are important for healing several types of damage orinjury," says Denise Faustman, MD, PhD, director of the MGHImmunobiology Laboratory a...