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Laboratoire de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire du Cancer (LBMCC) - lbmcc

Laboratoire de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire du Cancer (LBMCC) - lbmcc | Open access in science | Scoop.it
Basic and applied research uncovering the molecular mechanisms of cancer and leukemia:
inflammation, epigenetics and discovery of natural anti-cancer compounds.
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This is a new step in MyScienceWork's history: we are now creating open access repositories for research, staring with the Luxembourgish cancerology LBMCC lab this week!

 

We are very proud and excited by this new way to communicate research results: the repository is working according to a 3P rule: Publications, Profiles, Popularization, which makes access to science easire for all.

 

Your feedback is welcome, tell us your impressions!

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Plus loin que l'Open Access

Plus loin que l'Open Access | Open access in science | Scoop.it
09.02.16 - “Experimental investigation of electrical domestic heat pumps equipped with a twin-stage oil-free radial compressor” est la première thèse publiée sous licence Creative Commons (CC) à l’EPFL.
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UNDERSTANDING OPEN ACCES When, Why, & How to Make Your Work Openly Accessible


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Nouveau Guide  de l’organisation américaine ‘Authors Alliance‘  , en accès libre.

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[#OAW15SF in Video] The Relationship Between Collaboration and Citation

[#OAW15SF in Video] The Relationship Between Collaboration and Citation | Open access in science | Scoop.it
“Citations expose the global collaborations that go into every single paper,” Stephanie Dawson explains. You build on the work of other scientists, and they...
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[#OAW15SF in Video] Relive the Bay Area’s Open Access Week 2015

[#OAW15SF in Video] Relive the Bay Area’s Open Access Week 2015 | Open access in science | Scoop.it
All year round, people in all sorts of roles—from students to scientists, professors to patients—support the idea that opening science means advancing scien...
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Boost your Citations and Visibility through Collaboration (with images, tweets) · mysciencework

Exchange of tips and best practice to increase citations and the visibility of research with Open Access peers
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#OpenAccess : MyScienceWork partenaire de l’écosystème scientifique du Luxembourg | Silicon Luxembourg

#OpenAccess : MyScienceWork partenaire de l’écosystème scientifique du Luxembourg | Silicon Luxembourg | Open access in science | Scoop.it

Que de chemin parcouru pour la startup MyScienceWork. Après avoir bénéficié du programme d'Aide aux Jeunes Entreprises Innovantes et fêté le premier anniversaire de l'ouverture de son bureau dans la Silicon Valley, l'entreprise déploie depuis peu sa nouvelle offre Polaris et ouvre auj...

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Innovation ouverte: pour progresser, il faut partager

Innovation ouverte: pour progresser, il faut partager | Open access in science | Scoop.it
L’innovation au sein d’une entreprise n’est pas un processus monolithique. Encore moins une démarche de repli sur soi. Pour innover aujourd’hui, le maître mot est « ouverture ».  « Qu’il s’agisse d...

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Libre Accès - Présentation du programme des Journées Open Access Couperin 2015

La Science ouverte s’inscrit dans la philosophie du partage et de l’échange des idées qui a guidé de tous temps l’avènement des découvertes scientifiques. Grâce aux technologies du numérique, la science ouverte peut catalyser les énergies pour des découvertes plus rapides, plus fiables et à moindre coût  répondant ainsi à l’aspiration conjointe des chercheurs et des financeurs de la recherche.

Comment un financeur et des présidents d’universités et d’organismes de recherche jugent-ils l’impact de l’open science sur leurs institutions ? Le point de vue d’un analyste financier nous éclairera sur les enjeux économiques et leur incidence sur la souveraineté scientifique.


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Top ten tips for universities seeking to implement Open Access

Top ten tips for universities seeking to implement Open Access | Open access in science | Scoop.it
With funders requiring open access and researchers increasingly aware of it, now is the time for universities to make significant headway in providing a coherent plan for encouraging wider open access adoption.

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Au tribunal de New York, un procès oppose Elsevier et l'open access

Au tribunal de New York, un procès oppose Elsevier et l'open access | Open access in science | Scoop.it

 

En 2011, Alexandra Elbakyan, universitaire kazakh, se débat pour trouver des articles scientifiques correspondant à son sujet d'étude : la plupart sont en accès payants, pour des tarifs qui vont jusqu'à 30 $. Elle commence alors, à partir de diverses sources, à compiler des articles pour les réunir sur le portail Sci-Hub, créé par ses soins. Mais, rapidement, les éditeurs qui publient ces mêmes articles sous abonnement payant prennent pour cible le portail, assimilé à de la contrefaçon.

 


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Open Access - Background and Benefits | Author Academy

Our courses are meant for thorough study and take our users 20 minutes to complete on average. Very knowledgeable people will be quicker while those who are confronted with the course subject for the first time might take a little longer.

Test yourself using the quiz! You may take the quiz before the course, and don’t worry if you fail your first try. Visit the course and come back to it. You can retake the quiz as often as you need.

And: If 60% or more of your answers are correct, you are awarded a certificate of completion which acknowledges your achievements.

Start learning now! (You can continue where you left off at any time to receive your credit.) You can use the links to the right to find advice on specific topics.

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A 20-minute module to learn more about open access.

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Institutional repositories: it’s a matter of sticks and carrots

Bernard Rentier explains how the University of Liege persuaded nearly all its researchers to put their papers in its institutional repository.

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Introducing DeepDyve: A new, affordable way to access research on MyScienceWork!

Introducing DeepDyve: A new, affordable way to access research on MyScienceWork! | Open access in science | Scoop.it

This is welcome news for everyone who has ever encountered a paywall. We’re excited, too! As CEO Virginie Simon says, “We’re very happy to introduce DeepDyve’s article rental service for millions of publications. The ability to access them via the MyScienceWork platform will make all of these articles easily accessible for corporates and individuals not affiliated with an academic library.”

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Simplify open access by moving towards a unified policy

Simplify open access by moving towards a unified policy | Open access in science | Scoop.it
Is open access complicated? Compared to many issues faced by academics I would argue it isn’t. 
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[#OAW15SF in Video] Open & Collaborative Peer Review for Scholarly Communication & Scientific Progress

[#OAW15SF in Video] Open & Collaborative Peer Review for Scholarly Communication & Scientific Progress | Open access in science | Scoop.it
The Last Frontier in Open Access: That’s where Rich Schneider wants to go. For the Associate Professor at the UCSF School of Medicine, the un(der)explored terrain...
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[#OAW15SF in Video] The Open Access Citation Advantage: Is There a Real Effect?

[#OAW15SF in Video] The Open Access Citation Advantage: Is There a Real Effect? | Open access in science | Scoop.it
One motivation to publish in open access is that, by making your work available to more readers, it is said, you’ll also increase your citations. Is it true? Mend...
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ORBI visibilité de la recherche 6ème journées Couperin


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PeerJ has a new way to pay: One low fee to publish in full open access - News - MyScienceWork

Open Access publisher PeerJ has announced that researchers will now be able to pay a fixed article processing charge (APC) of $695 per article to publish in their award-winning journal for biology, medicine and the life sciences. This is one of the lowest fees out there, among similar academic j...
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Open Access and Early stage researchers

Open Access and Early stage researchers | Open access in science | Scoop.it
Open Access and Early stage researchers: Challenges and opportunities






Eurodoc and Foster are organizing a Webinar about Open Access and the opportunities raised for early stage researchers in a more open educational environment.

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Thomas Blieck's curator insight, October 18, 2015 9:32 AM

Un webinar sur l'open-access proposé par Foster le 6 novembre prochain.

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Science Europe : traduction française des principes pour assurer la transition vers le Libre Accès - Libre accès à l’information scientifique et technique

Science Europe : traduction française des principes pour assurer la transition vers le Libre Accès - Libre accès à l’information scientifique et technique | Open access in science | Scoop.it

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Academic reviews crisis | The Bookseller

Academic reviews crisis | The Bookseller | Open access in science | Scoop.it

"Online access has led to increased speed of publication of articles, which are usually available significantly in advance of the print edition of the journal. At the same time, Open Access publication in the humanities and social sciences has not displaced the subscription journal, meaning it remains restricted by its underlying print form. This limits the number of articles that can be published and is squeezing out book reviews."

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La wikification de la Science comme nouvel horizon pour l'Open Access ?

La wikification de la Science comme nouvel horizon pour l'Open Access ? | Open access in science | Scoop.it
En novembre dernier, je me souviens avoir participé dans le cadre du Paris Open Source Summit 2014 à une table-ronde sur l’Open Science. Lors de la séance de questions avec la salle, une discussion particulièrement intéressante a eu lieu à propos des liens entre l’Open Access et les licences libres. Pendant ma présentation, j’avais soutenu l’idée que pour aller vers une forme plus aboutie d’Open Science, il était nécessaire non seulement de rendre accessible les articles gratuitement en ligne, dans le cadre d’une démarche d’Open Access, mais aussi de faire en sorte qu’ils soient réutilisables en les plaçant sous licence libre. C’est une idée que j’ai développée à plusieurs reprises sur S.I.Lex, et notamment dans cet article : « L’Open Access sans licence libre a-t-il un sens ? »

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Open Access: Springer Signs Licensing Agreement with Dutch Universities | LJ INFOdocket

Open Access: Springer Signs Licensing Agreement with Dutch Universities | LJ INFOdocket | Open access in science | Scoop.it
From the Association of Dutch Universities (VSNU): The Springer publishing group and the Dutch universities have reached a negotiation agreement on the transition to open access. Both parties see open access publishing as the road to the future.
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Harvard University says it can't afford journal publishers' prices | Science | The Guardian

Harvard University says it can't afford journal publishers' prices | Science | The Guardian | Open access in science | Scoop.it
University wants scientists to make their research open access and resign from publications that keep articles behind paywalls
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"David Prosser, executive director of Research Libraries UK (RLUK), said: 'Harvard has one of the richest libraries in the world. If Harvard can't afford to purchase all the journals their researchers need, what hope do the rest of us have?

"There's always been a problem with this being seen as a library budget issue. The memo from Harvard makes clear that it's bigger than that. It's at the heart of education and research. If you can't get access to the literature, it hurts research.' "

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