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EU-LIFE Scientific Meeting 2019The UK’s Babraham Institute will host the 2019 EU-LIFE Scientific Meeting on "Signalling and Gene Regulation in Health & Disease" theme. Registration and abstract submission before 15th of June.
2018 Highlights on the priority areas of EU-LIFE
EU-LIFE supports open access to scholarly publications recognising the rights of every researcher and citizen to access scientific literature (publishing as well as reading and re-using) as we believe science to be a public good for society. We appreciate that the Plan S guidance document addresses several concerns raised by our previous statement and by other research communities. However, in answer to the two main questions regarding implementation raised during the public consultation, we believe that cOAlition S should work with diverse stakeholders to address 7 main points.
The Board of Directors of the CTLS (Core Technologies for Life Sciences) association supports the EU-LIFE statement on the small- and medium-sized research infrastructure . CTLS presently brings...