Due to scheduled maintenance to install a new update, access to Web of Science may be intermittent during the maintenance window. This update will be installed between 6:00 a.m.?6:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 26, 2015.
The DMPTool will be unavailable from Wednesday July 15, 2015 at 5:00pm through Thursday, July 16 at 2:00am (PDT), due to scheduled maintenance. During this period users will not be able to log in or have access to their data management plans. We apologize for the inconvenience.
For questions about the DMPTool or about other data management tools and services available to UC Berkeley researchers, please see our page on Scientific Data Services or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
UC campuses now have access to the Scientific American Archive as well as the Supplement issues and Builders Edition issues on the Scientific American platform. This valuable resource consists of high-quality scans of more than 133,000 articles published in Scientific American from 1845-2005. You can browse the issues, read entire issues as PDF files, and search across the full archive. As noted by the publisher, these archive collections "provide unique insight into historic breakthroughs in science, technology, medicine and architecture."
The UC Berkeley Library is partnering with the Royal Society of Chemistry to support free Gold Open Access publishing under the RSC's Gold for Gold initiative.
This program offers voucher codes that enable Berkeley researchers to publish their paper in Royal Society of Chemistry journals free of charge, as a Gold Open Access (OA) article, without paying the normal article publication fee (between £1000 and £2500).
Further details and the application form are available here.
The National Technical Reports Library (NTRL), a repository for technical reports from government agencies produced by the NTIS, rolled out a new Digital-on-Demand service for academic users. The new digitization service allows users to request reports that are not available in full text to be digitized and made available in the database.
The process is simple: locate a report in NTRL, click on the "Digital on Demand" link, and enter your contact information. The requested report will be digitized and made available in about a week. Questions about the service? Contact lngo[at]berkeley[dot]edu.