Some new features has been added to the Web of Science (WoS) in the December release:
- Expanded Open Access identification: Find Gold OA articles, Hybrid Gold OA articles and Green OA articles (accepted manuscript or published version)
- Early access publications included in Web of Science
- Daily alerts
Find out more in this video:
Now available online:
Friedrich, Bretislav [Ed.]. Hoffmann, Dieter [Ed.]. Renn, Juergen [Ed.]. Schmaltz, Florian [Ed.]. Wolf, Martin [Ed.]: One hundred years of chemical warfare : research, deployment, consequences. Springer : Cham, 2017. ISBN: 978-3-319-51664-6 [Open Access]
This book has emerged from a conference commemorating the centenary of the events at Ypres (the first use of chemical weapons as weapons of mass destruction), held at the Fritz Haber Institute in 2015.
The Max Planck Society supports SciPost Physics Journals. SciPost is an open access platform being managed by researchers and completely free of charge for readers and authors. Preprint handling and circulation occurs through arXiv, it’s a so called „overlay journal“.
Zenodo is an open data repository, developed and operated by CERN.
It is an catch-all repository, that welcomes research from all over the world, and from every discipline. Zenodo does not impose any requirements on format, size, access restrictions or licence. A digital object identifier (DOI) is automatically assigned to all Zenodo files and it is integrated into reporting for research funded by the European Commission.
During the International Open Access Week 2017, the Helmholtz Open Science Coordination Office in conjunction with FORCE2017 presents a free open access talk with discussion for Ph.D. students and early career researchers.
Prof. Cameron Neylon (Curtin University):
Future-proofing your career in an open and changing world
Galerie, Kalkscheune, Johannisstraße 2, 10117 Berlin
Tuesday, 24 October 2017, 1.15 to 2.30 pm (doors will open at 12.45 pm)
More at http://os.helmholtz.de/bewusstsein-schaerfen/workshops/open-access-event-for-phd-students-and-early-career-researchers/