'Act on Acceptance' is a new service of the CMB to make it easier for authors to publish their articles Open Access.
As soon as the author receives the acceptance email of the journal, he/she is asked to forward the email (including the accepted version of the manuscript (in Word or pdf format) to the CMB (
). He/she 'directly' receives information with the specific workflow for that particular publisher to make use of a possible deal. If such a deal does not exists, and the author decides not to pay for the open access costs, the CMB will put the publication green open access in Pure.
The core business of Dutch universities is to prepare students for their future: a career in our open, internationally oriented society and knowledge economy. To this end, all Dutch universities have an international perspective firmly entrenched in...
Two University of Groningen researchers have been awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant. The recipients are Geert van den Bogaart and Marleen Kamperman. The European Research Council (ERC) awards these personal grants, each worth € 2 million, to outstanding...
UG 8th on world list of 780 sustainable universities