Researchers at five Hungarian institutions can now publish their research open access in 57 IOP Publishing (IOPP) journals, thanks to a new publish and read agreement with the Hungarian Electronic Information Service National (EISZ) Consortium.
List of temporarily freely available e-resources during coronavirus pandemic. The site lists both e-resources for HE students (text-books, e-journals, etc.) and for medical experties (research articles, EBM tools, etc.).
The Hungarian consortium EISZ will not renew the agreement with Taylor & Francis in 2020.
The American Chemical Society (ACS), Publications Division, and the Hungarian Electronic Information Service National Programme (EISZ) today announced a transformative open access pilot agreement that enables corresponding authors affiliated at the seven consortium member institutions to publish journal articles under an open access license in any of ACS’ more than 60 premier journals. Member institutions will also continue to benefit from full-text access to ACS’ highly respected journal portfolio and Chemical & Engineering News.
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