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Why Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) should not terminate its Open Access Incentive Fund in 2018

2018 will sadly see the end of a very successful financing instrument: NWO’s Incentive Fund for Open Access publications started in 2010 and has enabled many scientific authors to venture outside of

Datamanagers network event

The Centre for Digital Scholarship organises a network event for all datamanagers within Leiden University and the LUMC. Main goal is to get to know each other, learn about the different roles, share

How Open Access may boost a promising career

As part of its “Open up to open access” campaign to raise awareness about the deals with publishers mentioned in earlier posts, the VSNU interviewed two Leiden PhD candidates on their views on how

Caribbean maps: 100%!

After just three weeks all our Caribbean maps have been georeferenced! We're very happy with the results and would like to express our gratitude to all volunteers. Maps in the Crowd will return ...

Unpaywall helps you find your way through the Open Access landscape

  Unpaywall is a neat browser extension that will help you find a free version of scientific articles that are otherwise placed behind a paywall. You can add it to Chrome or Firefox, where it