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Open Access Week 2012 - Set the Default to Open Access

Open Access Week 2012 - Set the Default to Open Access

My summary of Open Access Week things on the web thus far this week.

Posted on October 25, 2012 at 7:53am

Open Access discussion at Imperial Colledge London, 27th September

"On 27th September 2012 the Imperial College SciCommForum held a follow up discussion on open access to publicly funded research in response to the Finch Report and RCUK Policy.  

We were joined by Mark Thorley (NERC, RCUK) and Professor Stephen Curry (Imperial College) and Richard Van Noorden (Nature News) chaired the discussion. We had representatives from HEFCE, Wellcome Trust, RLUK, MRC, NIMR, Imperial College Library - and more - in the audience, and the discussion…


Posted on September 28, 2012 at 11:51pm

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At 3:58am on August 10, 2011, Alyson Ann Kelvin said…

Hi Graham!  


Good to see you here.  Would love if you would write a post for the JIDC on your OA week activities  Also, anyway I can become involved with OA week UK please let me know!


Nice work!




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