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Voigt, Michaela et al. Open-Access-Tage Guidelines for attributing the Affiliation in Publications to allocate Institutional Publications. Which institution is associated with scientific publications has an impact on. This recommendation has been developed in the light of the case that the institution is not indicated by authors when they belong to several institutions. HRK President Prof. Hippler explains the problem as follows: "Scientists change positions during a research project or perform research for a longer period as a guest at another institution.

In addition, some researchers permanently belong to more than one institution, for example when universities and non-university research institutions jointly call for a professorship. Then you have to b go to EZB Electroniic Journals' Library and choose the journal where the desired article is contained. If you open an article off-campus via Pubmed, Google etc.

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Springer Nature has launched a new, free-to-use platform, Springer Nature Experiments to help researchers in the life sciences by accessing the relevant protocols and methods to support their research projects. Springer Nature publishes one of the largest available collection of protocols and methods for the life sciences with content from SpringerProtocols , Nature Methods , Nature Protocols and Protocol Exchange the free repository for scientists to share protocols with the scientific community.

The step-by-step instruction helps you to recreate an experiment by typically including information on the materials required, equipment and set-up. Methods are new scientific procedures for solving existing problems. Together, these two different types of content are the cornerstone for scientists to successfully conduct their research. The summary page e. This information helps you choose the best protocol or method for your work without scanning multiple articles on different sites.

You can evaluate and compare protocols prior to accessing the full-text with the help of protocol landing pages. These summarize key information e. By unique indexing you can quickly find protocols and methods for a particular organism, common and emerging techniques, or videos.

The platform uses advanced knowledge models to categorise content based on techniques and organisms — the two most commonly used search categories identified in user research. With the help of artificial intelligence and text mining technologies, these terms are recognised and extracted from the content, enabling you to perform searches and narrow down the results quickly and easily.

When ready, with a click of a button, the author can make the protocol public and share with everyone. Many of the public protocols are shared when researchers publish research papers, with links to the detailed recipes on protocols. The platform is open access and is both free to read and free to publish. Our business model is based on charging for non-academic private groups and on charging subscriptions to aggregated and anonymized analytics around the use of protocols and reagents inside them. There are 20, — 30, scientists viewing the public protocols every month, with traffic from different countries according to Google Analytics.

We have over 2, public and 5, private protocols, growing at new monthly protocols, thanks to the hundreds of journals that now have protocols. Out of the groups on protocols. The quest for up-to-date research methods resource is at least several decades old.

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In , Chris Yoo and co-founders started bioprotocol. Unfortunately, that was just before the dot-com bubble burst and the investors liquidated the company. A few years later, researchers created OpenWetWare which is a predecessor to protocols. In , Nature Publishing Group launched Protocol Exchange as an open access repository for science methods. We got started on protocols.

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Part of the seed for the platform is my experience as a postdoctoral researcher at MIT in I spent the first year and a half, correcting a single step of a previously published protocol in Nature Methods. Hence, I had no way of getting credit for my work and everyone else using the technique would either get misleading results or have to waste one-two years rediscovering the correction. In addition to the founders, there is a team of engineers, designers, outreach, scientists and business professionals helping to improve and grow protocols.

The funding comes from a core of 10 private angel investors, support from foundations Moore Foundation , OPP , CZI and half a thousand backers who believed in us back in and contributed to our Kickstarter. One of the biggest challenges for any startup like ours is simply lack of awareness about our existence.

So outreach and partnerships are critical for increasing visibility and helping scientists to discover protocols. An even bigger barrier is lack of time. Scientists are some of the busiest people on the planet, and finding 20 minutes to enter a protocol from their notebook or MS Word into protocols.

This means that there must be clear and strong benefits for researchers to take the time to explore protocols. There are countless aspects of protocols. Listening to our users and delivering the features and improvements that they need is one of the most important goals for this and next year. We are also eager to start on connecting the protocols directly to the devices that the scientists use.

Imagine you need to spin your cells for 30 seconds, but the centrifuge is accidentally set for 3 minutes. Our app should be able to connect to the equipment and alert the researcher to the wrong setting, asking if they are sure they want to proceed. This announcement includes information on licensing and access to licensed journal content , and therefore applies to any of you who likes to view, read, or download articles.

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We wish you a nice Advent and Christmas season, a happy new year and a good start into the year There is also currently a minor bug in a recent Scopus update which impacts users with Windows 10 on Internet Explorer the drop-down functions when clicking on the arrow icon e. Authors that publish with PNAS have the option of paying an Open Access fee to make their article immediately available to all readers. Otherwise, there is a 6 month paywall. If an article is selected for publication and the authors add Open Access, the printer will cross reference their affiliations with the subscriber database.

Below are some pages explaining their options. Journal Impact Factor, CiteScore etc. Causes for the persistence of impact factor mania. Open Science dient somit auch der Verbesserung der guten wissenschaftlichen Praxis.

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