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Our workshops for doctoral students and researchers are now open for registration! We are broadening our support in popular science writing and open science.
At KIB we work hard for the open future of research and education. Although, the price for that must be reasonable and transparent to everyone. There must be various ways to openness, the landscape must be more diverse than we recently have seen.
For just over a year, the library in Solna has been closed for renovation, but now the new library has opened.
The Face of AIDS Film Archive (FoA) celebrates World AIDS Day on 1 December with a short film about the Swedish AIDS history.
Since September 2020, vegetarian food will be the standard for all food ordered by KIB and paid for by KI. In addition, we are introducing more activities and guidelines for a sustainable business.
Do you ever find it difficult putting information into “your own words” when you use sources in your texts? Here’s some advice on how to paraphrase.
When you use material from sources in your writing you should always provide a clear citation, but you also need to paraphrase the information, “put it in your own words”. But why is that – why not copy the information, word by word?
These days we’re for obvious reasons communicating information about the ongoing pandemic both widely and broadly. Yet what kinds of images are these and what exactly are they communicating to us?
CC BY license should be used in research and higher education in Sweden.
All research products must fulfill FAIR-principles, as far as it is possible to do so.
Tired of queuing up for textbooks, or are you worried viruses might spread, or simply can't come to the library? Then you should try borrowing an e-book.
Does academic freedom mean you can publish wherever, whenever and however you wish?
Rogue method of publication constitutes a genuine threat to serious research.
A national database over research published in scientific journals in Sweden.
The scientific journal is still an essential component of scientific communication.
We need to strengthen and continue to develop the infrastructure and standards of scientific publishing.

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