Articles tagged with: policy

November 8, 2017 | Victoria Farrimond Journals Development Coordinator

Getting your research into parliament

A how-to guide from Taylor & Francis


Our colleagues over at our Author Services site have put together a useful visual guide (right) to demonstrate the paths you and your authors could take to get research into parliament, along with an accompanying post to highlight the benefits that could have for researchers and the public.
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August 15, 2017 | Dr Till Bruckner Campaigns Manager, Sense about Science

Clinical trial registration and reporting

How the AllTrials campaign is turning good intentions into positive results


Around half of all clinical trials that have been carried out on medicines we use today have never published results. That means that researchers are missing opportunities to explore new areas of research and doctors don’t have access to information they need to be sure they are making the best choices for patients.…

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October 1, 2015 | Ray Tellis, Open Access Publishing Editor

Highlights from the 7th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing


On the 15 – 17 September, a very rainy Amsterdam played host to the 7th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP), organized by the Open Access Scholarly Publisher’s Association (OASPA). It presented an opportunity to hear the latest in open access from speakers in academia, publishing, industry groups, charities, and government research funding.
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November 5, 2014 | Wendy Ding Journals Publisher - China

Test each step before taking it

Open Access Week in China


OA Week saw a key meeting on China’s Open Access mandate policy, led by its main lobbyist, Professor Xiaolin Zhang, Head of the National Science Library of the China Academy of Sciences. Read an update from Wendy Ding, Taylor & Francis’ Journals Publisher in China, on 'Gold OA Day'.
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April 14, 2014 | David Green, Publishing Director & Vicky Gardner Publisher

Information on revised green OA policy

Posting of Author Accepted Manuscript to personal and departmental websites without embargo


We have revised our policy around Green OA, so that there is now no embargo on authors posting the post-acceptance version of their article (Author Accepted Manuscript) to their own personal or departmental websites after publication of the final article.
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