Results of publicly financed research need to find their way into education, to researchers and to the professional field unhindered.
The publisher agreements between Dutch Universities and publishers, with an open access component, has reached a milestone of 2.500 approved arti
Christian Bröer of the department of sociology (FMG), Balázs Bodó of the Institute for Information Law (FdR) and Saskia Woutersen-Windhouwer of the Library, jointly received a Horizon2020 Grant fo
The EC published its new guidelines on research data originating from Horizon 2020 projects, that participate in the Open Research Data Pilot.
The Master Thesis by Carlijn Huijsmans, student Innovation Sciences at Unive
Friday May 27 2016 the European ministers of science, innovation, trade, and industry decided that from 2020 all scientific articles must be freely available to everyone.
The Open Access policy has taken effect from 1 May 2016. From this date all research output has to be published in the TU Delft Institutional Repository.
The University of Amsterdam (UvA) celebrated its 384th Dies Natalis (anniversary) on Friday, 8 January.
“The world is facing challenges that cannot be solved by our University of Technology alo
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