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Open Access as Humanitarian Aid: In Times of Disaster and Every Day

“Will you take this woman Matti Richards To be your awful wedded wife” (Dylan Thomas, Under Milkwood) We seem to refuse the idea of constant open access to research as we would hold on to a pillow in a nightmarish … 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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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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