Category Archives: Science policy

Science is Vital – AGM and the next steps

Most of you will remember the Science is Vital campaign and the extraordinary result it achieved in only a few weeks. As most of you also know, work didn’t stop there, and the campaign focusing on Science careers also gathered … Continue reading

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Open access and copyright

So, as most of you will know, the Elsevier boycott seems to have had a very positive outcome: no more Research Works Act (RWA) . This is now old news, of course, but many others have discussed and talked about this in … Continue reading

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