Monthly Archives: March 2011

14 New Open Access Books to End the March Madness

We have been very busy this month. A new batch of 14 open access books is available for you to download, share and update – in addition to previous 13 titles that we presented. We are nearing the number 400 … Continue reading

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New Interface for 6,137 OA Journals in DOAJ

When it comes to tracking down the ever growing number of open access journals from everywhere around the world, DOAJ, the Directory of Open Access Journals, is the first to take “measures”. DOAJ has now grown to the size of … Continue reading

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InTechOpen: 13 New Open Access Books

We invite you to read, share and download 13 new open access books available on our reading platform, InTechOpen. We thank you, readers, scholars, teachers, students, for your constant support, and we hope that all will continue enjoying the benefits … Continue reading

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Open Access in Croatia – Storing Hamster Food or Running in a Hamster Wheel?

Home could be where you hang your head, like Groucho Marx said, or it could be from where you turn your head and decide not to watch. However, now and then, a letter from home arrives and convinces you to … Continue reading

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Special Issue of International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems: Robot Manipulators

In 2004, a new open access journal was started by two colleagues from the Vienna University of Technology, and the same two would shortly after become the founders of InTech. Indexed and abstracted in the ISI Thomson Science Citation Index … Continue reading

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InTech Open Access Publisher – Top 10 Books and Top 10 Book Chapters for February

InTech presents the selection of the last month’s most downloaded book titles and book chapter titles. As citations build upon citations, we want to congratulate our most distinguished authors and editors for making their work openly accessible, and thus reaching … Continue reading

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With You, Japan

We wish to extend our deepest of sympathies and support to our authors in Japan, to their family and colleagues and to all people of Japan. Deeply shocked by the disaster, we hope to see the areas which severely suffered … Continue reading

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New No-Fee Open Access Journal: Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology

InTech Open Access Publisher is thrilled to announce the launching of its new “free for all” and “no-fee”open access journal Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology. The future study of nanotechnology is expected to result in the creation of many new materials and … Continue reading

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Raging at the Post-Modern World: Brave New Jarred Research?

“What if death is nothing but sound? Electrical noise. You hear it forever…. uniform, white.” (Don DeLillo, White Noise) Leyden Jar stores electricity of its own by connecting back to itself. According to Baudrillard’s critique of modernity, the visual experience … Continue reading

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This Week in Science

“Man was made at the end of the week’s work, when God was tired.” (Mark Twain) We will make a small peek from our telescope at the end of our week’s work, and present a short selection of news in … Continue reading

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