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The European project PEER (Publishing and the Ecology of European Research) is a collaborative effort involving publishers and representatives of the research community. Its aim is to study how scientists use open online archives, with a view to laying the foundations for a new economic system that obeys the rules of the publishing market as well as the principle of open access to knowledge.
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Scientific and Technical Information
From 2 to 4 December, Inria is jointly organising, with the Max Planck Institute, the Berlin 7 conference on Open Access to scientific and technical information. Jean-Pierre Verjus, deputy managing director of Inria, uses the opportunity to review Inria's commitment to open access and tells us more about Inria's policy on the subject.
The 2010 activity reports from the Inria project-teams are now available on-line. This year, the on-line presentation of these reports via RAWeb has been improved, offering new functions in addition to the static HTML and PDF versions. These functions include a new search interface enabling consultation of the activities of a particular researcher, all publications from a particular person or team, or the name of a partner… The tool also enables the sharing of bibliographical references via social media.