Tag Archives: Open Access

Redefining Authority in Authorship: Future of Text is More Than Text

“Writing unfolds like a game that invariably goes beyond its own rules and transgresses its limits.” (Michel Foucault, What is an Author) Hans Dillaerts has recently posted a video to his Infodoc hub which aggregates such jewels for scholarly authors, … Continue reading

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Advancing Medicine: Dr. Chalkoo Talks To Us About The Latest Developments In Laparoscopy

Laparoscopy or bandaid surgery, is a surgical technique where small incisions are performed usually in the region of the abdomen, opposed to open surgical procedures involving larger cuts and potentially further complications for the patients. What is mostly interesting within … Continue reading

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Budapest 10 Years After: The World Knows What Open Access Is?

At the Budapest Open Access Initiative 10th Anniversary meeting that was held in Budapest on February 14th, Alma Swan, who also chaired the discussion, has chosen Peter Suber, Stevan Harnad and Heather Joseph from the group, to recap the main … Continue reading

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Open Access on a String – Cut It and It Will Grow Back

The Federal Research Public Access Act was introduced to the White House on February, 9 by representatives Doyle, Yoder, and and Lacy Clay. Exactly what Research Works Act wanted to prohibit, the FRPAA would require, or the open access policies … Continue reading

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Open Access – Sending You Love Letters since 2002

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Beliefs About the Year 2012: There Will Be 1000 Open Access Books

It’s been 7 years from publishing our first book, Cutting Edge Robotics, and only two years from celebrating our fifth anniversary with a reissue. Following the unstoppable growth rate of open access literature, and of course, suspicious star alignments and … Continue reading

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Open Access Year End Highlights: Coming Up Roses?

How to look geeky on your last day at work? Pick out the year end highlights in Open Access and take much joy in it. A remarkable year, 2011, powerful both in discourse and action around the movement, with far … Continue reading

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Searching for Higgs Where Things Flow About

Higgs boson would be responsible for the mass property of a quark, and to try and recreate it we need to recreate the first fractions of a second after the Big Bang, also known as the quark epoch. The number … Continue reading

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Open Access in the Balkans: Old Mountains and a Wishing Well?

There is a hum, or maybe a discourse, that someone will find about tomorrow, and maybe no one will try to hear it. You, however, you need to grasp it with your thoughts, today! (Miro Antić, Serbian poet) Croatia, Serbia, … Continue reading

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So Light It Almost Beats a Feather: The Wonderful World of Nanomaterials

“The new material redefines the limits of lightweight materials because of its unique “micro-lattice” cellular architecture. The researchers were able to make a material that consists 99.99% of air by designing the 0.01% solid at the nanometer, micron and millimetre … Continue reading

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