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A New Merkel-Led Government Could Be Good News for Science

24.01.2018

Scientists Hope for Windfall from Incoming Government

24.01.2018

Scholars Seek Open Access in Academic Journal Deal

09.01.2018

Germany vs Elsevier: Universities Win Temporary Journal Access After Refusing to Pay Fees

04.01.2018

Science Research Jobs, Open Only to Women

07.12.2017

Hundreds of German Universities Set to Lose Access to Elsevier Journals

06.12.2017

Data Sharing and Information Literacy

20.11.2017

Plans to Promote German Research Excellence Come Under Fire

03.11.2017

Academics Step Down from Posts on Elsevier Journals

DFG to Fund Electron Microscopes for University Research

16.10.2017

Researchers Resign from Elsevier Journals in Push for Nationwide Open Access

13.10.2017

The Secret to Germany's Scientific Excellence

06.09.2017

Germany Seeks ‘Big Flip’ in Publishing Model

25.08.2017

German Universities Take on Dutch Publishing Giant Elsevier

07.08.2017

Termination of Contracts with Elsevier 2017

24.07.2017

€3 Billion in Funding and 31,000 Funded Projects

12.07.2017

Berlin Universities Cancel Contract with International Publisher Elsevier

03.07.2017

EMBL Council selects next Director General

29.06.2017

17 New Priority Programmes at DFG

07.04.2017

Elsevier Journals Are Back Online at 60 Institutions

16.02.2017
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