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How science can help feed the future

How science can help feed the future

Personal experience with food insecurity led Prof Eugénie Kayitesi to pursue research into making indigenous foods more nutritious — and publish it open access

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Shedding light on the underworld of fisheries

Shedding light on the underworld of fisheries

Studying the effects of illegal fishing, Rodrigo Oyanedel relies on open access and peer review to bring quality research to fishing communities in Chile

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Elsevier introduces geographical pricing pilot to support authors in low - and middle- income countries with equitable open access publishing options

Elsevier, a global leader in scientific publishing and information analytics, today announced that it is piloting Geographical Pricing for Open Access (GPOA) across 142 of its Gold Open Access journals

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Over 97% of our journals offer the option to publish open access, Browse our list of gold open access journals.

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Rare. OPEN RESEARCH IN RARE DISEASES

Rare is an international, peer-reviewed open access journal, publishing research on direct clinical and psychosocial care, diagnosis, pharmacology, public policies or ethics. Now researchers, healthcare professionals, policy makers, and the rare disease community have a multidisciplinary open access scientific publication that covers all aspects of living with these disorders.

Editor in ChiefProf Dr Wendy van Zelst-Stams, Clinical geneticist and Head of the Clinical Genetics Section in the Department of Human Genetics at Radboud University Medical Centre in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, President of the Dutch Society of Clinical Genetics, and recently appointed Professor in Care for Rare.