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Recommendation service for OA journals launched – feedback on recommendations and usability welcome


For its recently published Open Access study, the TIB used the Open Access Tracking Project – in our blog we introduce the OATP


Lectures, a poster exhibition and talks with scientists: Minister Thümler finds out about artificial intelligence on site


How artists and start-ups are using data to fight disinformation


“Wirkungen von Open Access”: TIB publishes new study on the effects of open access


Register now! A festival with a colourful mix of different formats around Open Science – Meet, Share, Inspire, Care!


Beta version of BMBF project B!SON is now online


Presentation of a selection of projects – including three TIB projects – on the transformation of the scientific publishing system


NLP technology is all-pervasive for commonsense knowledge. But what about the scholarly domain?


Ukrainian scientists, teachers and students are invited to use and collaborate with us on portals for digital teaching and learning resources


In the SPARC EUROPE webinar “Under the spotlight” on 11 April 2022, Lambert Heller talks about experiences with hackathons and Open Science at TIB


The monthly NFDI Infra Talk addressed the question of the potential of Wikidata as an application for science and research


Grants and shelter as visiting researchers for Ukrainian academics and librarians


Scientists and researchers needed for regular contributions to the ORKG – Applications can be submitted until 30 April 2022


Prof. Dr. Markus Jager on the architectural work of Albrecht Haupt


The TIB is rethinking scholarly communication: a themed week on Twitter about the Open Research Knowledge Graph (ORKG)


Academic platform publishes current rankings for scientists in Germany and around the world


Short and simple: Learn more about the people, the ideas and the work of the TIB in 90 seconds!


How semi-automated procedures for research reporting are being tested in the context of university and non-university research in the TAPIR project


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