Open Access Week raises awareness of open access, fosters discussions about open scholarship, and encourages new ways to promote knowledge sharing. In honor of Open Access Week, let’s dive into some of the ways that NLM supports open access all year long!
Did you know that 2023 is a Year of Open Science? To honor this, NLM is excited to announce two new LHNCBC projects that will enable access to scientific data: the Center for Clinical Observational Investigations (CCOI) and Leveraging Large-Scale Clinical Datasets (LSCDs) for HIV outcomes projects.
"You might be thinking that providing access to research products and processes sounds a lot like what NLM does," writes Dr. Lisa Federer in this week's blog, "and you’d be right!" Learn how NLM advances open science, a concept at the heart of what NLM has been doing since its founding nearly 200 years ago.
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