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Swiss National Science Foundation further intensifies its open access efforts

The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) has set the goal to reach 100% open access for SNSF funded publications by 2020. However, the actual percentage is still far away from that mark. Therefore, the SNSF has decided to monitor the publication outcome of SNSF projects closer in future. Read more

Get the latest information on the H2020 open access requirements!

This webinar will provide you with a basic introduction and the latest updates on the rules and regulations of the H2020 policies concerning open access for publications and research data. Read more

Research Collection: statistics May 2019

The most downloaded items from May are about camels, glaciers and the Gulf region. The number of downloads is still on the rise as is the open access proportion in 2019. The article with the highest Altmetric Score is about the climate’s influence on the biogeography of forest-tree symbioses. Read more

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  1. Road expansion and persistence in forests of the Congo Basin 

    Kleinschroth, Fritz; Laporte, Nadine; Laurance, William F.; et al. (2019)
    Nature Sustainability
    Journal Article
  2. Strategies of Immobilizing Cells in Whole-cell Microbial Biosensor Devices Targeted for Analytical Field Applications 

    LOBSIGER, Nadine; STARK, Wendelin J. (2019)
    Analytical Sciences
    Journal Article
  3. Continuous Production of a Shelf‐Stable Living Material as a Biosensor Platform 

    Schulz‐Schönhagen, Konstantin; Lobsiger, Nadine; Stark, Wendelin J. (2019)
    Advanced Materials Technologies
    Journal Article
  4. Inhibition of the Hypoxia-Inducible Factor 1 alpha-Induced Cardiospecific HERNA1 Enhance-Templated RNA Protects From Heart Disease 

    Mirtschink, Peter; Bischof, Corinne; Pham, Minh-Duc; et al. (2019)
    Circulation
    Background: Enhancers are genomic regulatory elements conferring spatiotemporal and signal-dependent control of gene expression. Recent evidence suggests that enhancers can generate noncoding enhancer RNAs, but their (patho)biological functions remain largely elusive. Methods: We performed chromatin immunoprecipitation–coupled sequencing of histone marks combined with RNA sequencing of left ventricular biopsies from experimental and ...
    Journal Article

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