Veggies are now the norm, not the exception! For all KIB activities, vegetarian food will now be the preselected option. By making this decision, we hope to inspire employees to eat more vegetarian, even outside the workplace.
There is a global trend that open access publishing is increasing year by year, at the expense of subscription-based (non-Open Access) publishing.
Why a project looking in to open access data? Because we felt we need to be able to lean on hard facts in order to form positions and make decisions concerning the development of open access at KI.
It's never been easier to collaborate in a Google Docs document since Zotero just launched the possibility to add citations in your collaborative text.
Self-archiving, sometimes referred to as "green open access", is an alternative and complementary way to publish your research openly without charge.
About 180 dissertations were published in the KI Open Archive database in the first half of 2018. The database is maintained by KIB. We identified the three constituent papers that currently have the highest Altmetric values.
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.
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.
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
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.
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?