Here you will find information about the support the University Library provides in publishing and analysing research results. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Here you will find information about how to publish open access in accordance with KI's policy, what agreements and discounts with prepaid publishing fees there are, and descriptions of different licences.
Expectations of availability when publishing research data are rising. Both publishers and research funders often request or even require that the underlying data can be referenced when your article is published. Even when your manuscript undergoes peer review, the underlying data can be requested. Learn more about publishing research data.
In KI Open Archive you will find dissertations and theses written at KI as well as openly published manuscripts and articles. This is also where you e-publish your thesis or self-archive your article.
Are you a researcher at Karolinska Institutet or Region Stockholm and need to verify your articles? Here you can find information about how to do so.
You communicate your research results to others primarily by publishing your results in peer-reviewed journals. Before beginning the publication process, you may wish to keep a few things in mind. Here are some tips and advice on what to think about when you publish.