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OpenAIRE is proud to support the new Initiative for Open Citations (I4OC)

Truly Open Science requires information about the whole research lifecycle to be open.

I4OC founders 1Six organisations today announced the establishment of the Initiative for Open Citations (I4OC): OpenCitations, the Wikimedia Foundation, PLOS, eLife, DataCite, and the Centre for Culture and Technology at Curtin University.

OpenAIRE is proud to be amongst the initial group of 33 organisations, including The Internet Archive and Mozilla, to formally put their name behind I4OC as stakeholders in support of openly accessible citations. 

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Denmark’s five Research Councils announce their Open Access policy

altThe Danish Council for Independent Research (DFF), the Danish Council for Strategic Research, the Danish National Research Foundations, the Danish Advanced Technology Foundation, and the Danish Council for Technology and Innovation announced their Open Access policy on June 27, 2012 to establish Open Access as the standard in scientific publishing. Final, peer-reviewed scientific articles accepted for publication must be deposited in institutional or subject repositories (subject to permissions from the journals) with six months embargo periods in health, natural sciences, engineering, agricultural and veterinarian sciences and 12 months embargo periods in social sciences and the humanities.
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