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Oct 29, 2012
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Open by default at DTU 101, Lyngby

November 29, 2012 from 4pm to 7pm
An evening packed with good discussions, provocative thoughts, food and drink. We invite you to join us to discuss and collectively learn about the ins and outs of open access, open science and other forms of openess relevant for the scientific communityWhy should I care about openness?What are the options to publish my scientific content and keep it open to everyone?Are patents an effective way to transfer technologies to society?Is intellectual property being an enabler of scientific and…See More
Oct 29, 2012
Gwen Franck and Ivo Grigorov are now friends
Nov 9, 2011
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Open Access for Climate Scientists 2011 at DTU-Aqua, Copenhagen

October 26, 2011 from 8am to 5pm
Endorsed by:Should Global Climate Change-related, peer-reviewed research be published freely available to anyone? Can you, as an author, boost your citations impact by doing so? Global Climate Change research spans across a range of disciplines and can have profound implications for policy formulation and socio-economics. Despite that, only a fraction of the peer-reviewed research is freely available to stakeholders outside academia.For the third year…See More
Nov 3, 2011
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Open Access for Climate Scientists 2011 at DTU-Aqua, Copenhagen

October 26, 2011 from 8am to 5pm
Endorsed by:Should Global Climate Change-related, peer-reviewed research be published freely available to anyone? Can you, as an author, boost your citations impact by doing so? Global Climate Change research spans across a range of disciplines and can have profound implications for policy formulation and socio-economics. Despite that, only a fraction of the peer-reviewed research is freely available to stakeholders outside academia.For the third year…See More
Oct 26, 2011
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Open Access for Earth & Climate Scientists at Brest, France & globally online

October 20, 2010 at 2pm to October 21, 2010 at 6pm
The training aims to make climate-related research & data more transparent and accessible to society & stakeholders.Our strategy is to focus on the real open access carrots for authors: visibility, use of research, and more citations. Take part in 2011 !Click to win fee-waivers for the Copernicus and Inter-Research journals & publish future peer-reviewed articles in OPEN ACCESS format…See More
Oct 26, 2011
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Open Access for Climate Scientists 2011 at DTU-Aqua, Copenhagen

October 26, 2011 from 8am to 5pm
Endorsed by:Should Global Climate Change-related, peer-reviewed research be published freely available to anyone? Can you, as an author, boost your citations impact by doing so? Global Climate Change research spans across a range of disciplines and can have profound implications for policy formulation and socio-economics. Despite that, only a fraction of the peer-reviewed research is freely available to stakeholders outside academia.For the third year…See More
Oct 24, 2011
Ivo Grigorov posted a status
"The first OpenAIRE LunchWEBINAR about to start. https://connect.forskningsnettet.dk/openaire-lunchbreak-one/"
Oct 21, 2011
Ivo Grigorov posted a status
"How to fund OA repositories with FP7 funding? OpenAIRE Webinar 21 Oct, 12pm CET https://connect.forskningsnettet.dk/openaire-lunchbreak-one"
Oct 20, 2011
Sofia Ferreira might attend Ivo Grigorov's event
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Open Access for Climate Scientists 2011 at DTU-Aqua, Copenhagen

October 26, 2011 from 8am to 5pm
Endorsed by:Should Global Climate Change-related, peer-reviewed research be published freely available to anyone? Can you, as an author, boost your citations impact by doing so? Global Climate Change research spans across a range of disciplines and can have profound implications for policy formulation and socio-economics. Despite that, only a fraction of the peer-reviewed research is freely available to stakeholders outside academia.For the third year…See More
Oct 14, 2011
Teresa Silva might attend Ivo Grigorov's event
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Open Access for Climate Scientists 2011 at DTU-Aqua, Copenhagen

October 26, 2011 from 8am to 5pm
Endorsed by:Should Global Climate Change-related, peer-reviewed research be published freely available to anyone? Can you, as an author, boost your citations impact by doing so? Global Climate Change research spans across a range of disciplines and can have profound implications for policy formulation and socio-economics. Despite that, only a fraction of the peer-reviewed research is freely available to stakeholders outside academia.For the third year…See More
Oct 5, 2011
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Fee Waivers Giveaway for Climate Scientists at online

October 26, 2011 all day
Registered participants for "Open Access for Global Climate Change Scientists 2011" can obtain access to watch the presentations live online (configuration below). In addition, you can win fee waivers worth 700-1500 euros for either any Inter-Research journal (e.g. Marine Ecology Progress Series) or any…See More
Sep 26, 2011
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Open Access for Climate Scientists 2011 at DTU-Aqua, Copenhagen

October 24, 2011 at 8am to October 28, 2011 at 5pm
Endorsed by:Should Global Climate Change-related, peer-reviewed research be published freely available to anyone? Can you, as an author, boost your citations impact by doing so? Global Climate Change research spans across a range of disciplines and can have profound implications for policy formulation and socio-economics. Despite that, only a fraction of the peer-reviewed research is freely available to stakeholders outside academia.For the third year…See More
Sep 17, 2011
Ivo Grigorov added a discussion to the group Open Access France
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Appel d`aide

Chers amis,Je vous solicite (j`ai plus aucun gen!) pour m`aider avec la promo du webinar qui cible les chercheurs dans les disciplines du changement climatique (y compris, mais pas que, geographes, geologues, biologistes marines, oceanographe, climatologues, physicien de l`atmosphere et les oceans etc). La programme a attrappé l`attention de plusieurs programmes internationales de recherche (le Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research parmi d`autres), mais l`interêt parmis les auteurs, et…See More
Sep 13, 2011
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Open Access for Climate Scientists 2011 at DTU-Aqua, Copenhagen

October 24, 2011 at 8am to October 28, 2011 at 5pm
Endorsed by:Should Global Climate Change-related, peer-reviewed research be published freely available to anyone? Can you, as an author, boost your citations impact by doing so? Global Climate Change research spans across a range of disciplines and can have profound implications for policy formulation and socio-economics. Despite that, only a fraction of the peer-reviewed research is freely available to stakeholders outside academia.For the third year…See More
Sep 12, 2011
Ivo Grigorov posted blog posts
Aug 11, 2011

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First name
Ivo
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DTU-Aqua
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engage graduate schools to officially recognise OA awareness as an essential part of peer-review article publication.
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Ivo Grigorov's Blog

NATURE marks ArXiv`s 20th anniversary

"Paul Ginsparg, founder of the preprint server, reflects on two decades of sharing results rapidly online — and on the future of scholarly communication"

 

A few quotes from the above article:

PG: "Even today, fields vary hugely in how they recognize intellectual precedence. It baffles me that scientists in some fields can announce a result in a public forum, such as a meeting, while another group can reproduce the results, publish first in a journal, and be given…

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Posted on August 11, 2011 at 4:30am

Webcast: Open Access in the European Research Area (ERA)

What is the European Commission`s current position on Open Access? Where is that position heading in the next Framework Programme?



On 21st October, at 16.00 Central European Time, Jean-Francois Dechamps from the Open Access Pilot team at the European Commision will be available for Q&A following his webcast. You can put your questions through using the chat or comments at… Continue

Posted on October 20, 2010 at 6:00pm

Early-Bird Advantage: It helps to announce your event mission early

Open Access Week is more than 5 months away, but publishing your event early on the EVENTS page has already demonstrated its advantages.


Just by declaring the event`s focus, targeted community and preliminary program, we have already linked up with like-minded people both in France and abroad. More interestingly however, the contacts have gone beyond just common interest, and the discussion has furiously evolved over email.


With 5 months to go,…
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Posted on May 7, 2010 at 6:40am — 1 Comment

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