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Making research open access so that it can be read, re-used and built upon is seen as a key part of the research lifecycle by many funders. These pages explain key terms used in open access and provides access to the forms for St George’s, University of London researchers to use when claiming open access fees.
Making research open access so that it can be read, re-used and built upon is seen as a key part of the research lifecycle by many funders.
The open access policy for REF 2021 states that to be eligible for submission, journal articles and conference proceedings with an ISSN must be open access.
The Wellcome Trust and five other partner charities have an open access policies, and makes funds available to pay their open access publication charges.
RCUK have an open access policy and makes funds available to pay open access publication charges.
Peer-reviewed outputs from projects funded by EU Horizon 2020 (H2020) grants must be made open access.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has had an open access policy since 2006.
The Wellcome Trust has a strong commitment to making the published outputs of research it has funded open access.
This page gives information on publishing options and discounts available to St George's researchers.
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