Information on OpenAIRE at Science Online, London

The University of Nottingham's Centre for Research Communications displayed and presented information on its projects, including OpenAIRE, at the Science Online Conference held at and organised by the British Library, in partnership with Mendeley and Nature Network, on 3rd and 4th of September. Delegates were mainly active researchers and science journalists, but there were also librarians and information consultants present. It was a great opportunity to draw delegates' attention to the OA Pilot in FP7, and many recipients of FP7 funding asked pertinent questions regarding repository deposition and OA in general, and also  took a copy of  the OA Pilot in FP7 leaflet.     

Chloe Furnival, CRC, University of Nottingham.

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