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Connotea: Babini's bookmarks matching tag oa.new 2012-05-24
From Google's English: "The Chamber of Deputies today approved the bill that requires institutions of the National Science and Technology and receive funding from the Federal Government to create institutional digital repositories of open access and free to be deposited in the national scientific and technological production. The average penalty was with 159 affirmative votes and was presented by the chairman of the Committee on Science and Technology of the House, Graciela Giannettasio (FPV) and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Nursing research to be published in the digital repositories includes technical and scientific papers, academic theses, journal articles, among others, that result from the research activities of publicly funded either through its researchers, technologists, teachers, students and postdoctoral fellows master's and doctorate. The Act also establishes the mandatory publication of primary research data after 5 years of their collection so they can be used by other researchers. According to the Joint Secretary of Ministry of Science Technology, Alejandro Ceccatto, "the aim is that the scientific funded by the society accessible to anyone who asks. Of course those investigations requiring confidentiality should not be published. " On the other hand said that "intellectual property and patents are protected and not affected by this form of democratization of scientific information." The interoperability of digital repositories must build the institutions, will be designed by the National Repository Digital Science portfolio to ensure free access, free and universal from a single portal. According to the fundamentals of the project, the model of open access to scientific - technological production means that users of this material may for free, read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link to the full texts of scientific articles, and use them for legitimate purposes related to scientific research, education or public policy management, with no other economic barriers , legal or techniques involving the Internet itself."
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