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Eline van der Beek: UMCG Open Access Publication of the Week

14 January 2021

Every week one of the five UMCG research institutes selects an “Open Access Publication of the Week”. The UMCG (and the Central Medical Library) will communicate about the selected publication on social media (inter/intranet, but also outside the UMCG through Twitter and Facebook). All forms of open access are eligible (gold, hybrid, and green). The goal of the “Open Access Publication of the Week” project is to give special attention and exposure to open access publications and increase awareness of open access opportunities among the UMCG researchers.

This week (2) it is up to the Research Institute SHARE and selected the publication:

Salavati N, Vinke PC, Lewis F, Bakker MK, Erwich JJHM, M van der Beek E. Offspring birth weight Is associated with specific preconception maternal food group intake: Data from a linked population-based birth cohort. Nutrients 2020;12:10.3390/nu12103172.

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