About Open Access and H2020 projects

The Research and Innovation portal of the European Commission has published very useful guidelines about Open Access and how it affects all sorts of H2020 projects. Using simple language, direct messages and revoking misconceptions, the page explains the main ways to Open Access and why the EU advocates for it: Broader access to scientific publications

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The HEIRRI Forum Online keeps growing, jump on board!

Some months ago, we published an article encouraging all of you to become part of the HEIRRI Forum Online, either through Twitter or through the email list. Now the results are visible: the number of Twitter followers keeps increasing (we have reached 900 followers already!), as well as the people wanting to receive the emails

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HEIRRI review meeting: reflections on progress

On March 10th 2017, the HEIRRI consortium gathered in Barcelona to attend the 1st Review Meeting of the project, which also had the participation of the HEIRRI Project Officer, Maria Korda, the Policy Officer Maria Karamitrou, and an independent external expert-reviewer, Peter Gray. From the HEIRRI consortium, representatives from six institutions were there to present

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Call for Applications to test the HEIRRI training materials is now open!

The HEIRRI project calls on higher education institutions from all continents interested in Responsible Research and Innovation and its integration into the curricula for a pilot test of two of the training programs and materials developed by the HEIRRI project. The project, by the hand of the GUNi network, has launched this call today, whereby

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