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Spring is here and it's time for the verification process – that is, all researchers at Karolinska Institutet and/or Region Stockholm are requested to log in to the bibliometric database Thursday May 20 at the latest.
Now all students can download the speech synthesis program TorTalk to their own computer. Speech synthesis is used to convert text to speech, and can be extra helpful if you find it difficult to read plain text.
The library in Solna now offers extended opening for KI students and KI employees. The library in Solna will be open with KI card every day of the week 7:00–22:00.
Add your KI account as a login method to your NCBI account now, to make sure you have access to your account even after June 1.
As from 12 January 2021 KI has an updated policy regarding publishing open access. The policy concerns all researchers at, or affiliated to, KI when publishing research results in publications.
New publishing opportunities and other changes to the Library’s e-resources 2021.
On this page we will gather current information about the library services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new so called read and publish agreement is in place with BMJ, providing reading access to about 50 journals and the possibility to publish open access with prepaid publishing fees in the same journals.
This years most spectacular week the International Open Access Week, occurs 19-25 October.
A modern platform that combines the content and features you value with an intuitive interface and enhanced performance for you interested in biological, chemical and pharmacological data.
On Monday 17 August, the library launched a new booking system to book our instructors in information searching and academic writing, and also the resource room.
Face of AIDS Film Archive notes the 23rd International AIDS conference in San Francisco.
During summer the loan period for books is prolonged. Starting 19 June the libraries will apply summer opening hours.
KIB has reopened the subscription to a number of Elsevier journals. Among them: JACC, Gastroenterology, Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Kidney International, Cell Systems and The Lancet Diabetes & endocrinology
Access to open and reliable scientific information is pivotal during the COVID-19 pandemic. On this page, we list a selection of COVID-19 related resources for research and education.
Face of AIDS Film Archive: More than 800 hours of film – a unique treasure on the the global epidemic of HIV.

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