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FinELib agreements open the results of science for all

Aalto University as a member of FinELib consortium can take advantage of the Read and Publish agreements.

Open Access publishing, free of charge for researchers, is increasing rapidly. Due to FinELib agreements, 65% more Open Access articles were published during the year 2020 than the year before.

Aalto University, as a member of FinELib consortium, can take advantage of the Read and Publish agreements.

Please read more about the agreements and how they promote the openness of science, in FinELib news item below.

More information about the journal package agreements: [email protected]

More information about open access publishing: [email protected]

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FinELib agreements open the results of science for all (external link)

Aalto University is a member of FinELib and takes advantage of the journal package agreements.

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