The annual Peer Review Week is launched second week in September. For the fourth year in a row the week is paying attention to the importance of peer review as a vital part of the scientific publishing process.
The University Library guides you to alternative ways to access articles published by Elsevier after July 1st.
In order to make you feel safe with how we process your personal information, we have clarified our policy in accordance with the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In order to stop rising price increases and to support open access publishing, the national e-journal agreement with Elsevier has been terminated.
Usually when you publish an open access article you have to pay a publishing fee (APC). The University Library has entered into agreements with three publishers where the library will pay their fees for you.
Lately a great many new titles have been purchased for Camera Obscura and Laterna Magica, KIB’s special collections in the humanities. Among all the interesting authors there is one that I want to highlight, the neurosurgeon Henry Marsh.
As a researcher at the Karolinska Institutet you can now publish open access free of charge in 2,300 hybrid journals from Taylor & Francis!
As a researcher at Karolinska Institutet you can now publish open access free of charge in 40 hybrid journals from Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).
This means that newly published articles from Oncotarget will not be indexed by MeSH terms in the future.
Are you about to start writing your master thesis? Before you start, take a look at our web course on structured information searching and reference management
Starting Monday January 29 KI affiliated can use the library in Flemingsberg before and after regular opening hours! All you need is your KI-card (and PIN number).
The default sorting order in Pubmed is with the most recent articles first, but you may have noticed that there is also an option to sort by relevance, Best Match?
The Swedish government has set an ambitious goal in the latest Research Bill. Within ten years - no later than 2026 - all research funded with public funds should be made available and free to read immediately upon publication.
Karolinska Institutet has now access to Visible Body’s anatomic 3D apps that you can use either through your computer, smartphone or tablet.
Are you looking for a critical perspective for your essay? Are you curious to see how you can add another dimension to your assignment or your research? Are you working beyond the binary?
Face of AIDS Film Archive, which includes films on the global AIDS epidemic from 1986 onwards has opened up approximately 350 films to the public.