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In line with the FAIR principles and the national guidelines for an open science system, KI has made a formal decision that KI actively shall contribute to open access to research data.
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Audience: Medarbetare
From January 1, 2024, researchers at KI can publish articles open access without having to pay a publication fee in all journals from the publishers Frontiers, MJS Publishing (formerly Medical Journals Sweden) and PLOS. The agreements are financed by the Swedish Research Council, Forte, Formas and Vinnova.
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Audience: Medarbetare
Fill out a survey which aims to evaluate the users' experiences of KI's core facilities. The survey results will be used to follow-up and analyse previous improvements.
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Audience: Medarbetare
In the autumn, the University Library had the opportunity to invite an external speaker to discuss 'Patent and Publishing.'

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Audience: Medarbetare
The Government has appointed a new research committee - a group of experts - to act as advisors prior to their upcoming Research and Innovation Policy Bill. KI researcher Anna Wedell is one of the fifteen elected members.
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The project Systems support for research information continues the implementation of KI RIMS and will during the summer focus on further technical development and designing user support.
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Audience: Medarbetare
Professor Christian Giske has been appointed deputy chairperson of the Committee for Research effective immediately, following a decision by KI’s president. His mandate runs until Dec. 31, 2025.
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Marie Arsenian Henriksson has been named the new academic vice president for research and chair of the Committee for Research at Karolinska Institutet as of March 1, following a decision by KI's president on February 21.
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On October 4, the president of Karolinska Institutet appointed academic vice presidents and deputy chairpersons for the three committees that report to the Faculty Board: The Committee for Higher Education, the Committee for Doctoral Education and the Committee for Research. The appointees’ term of office runs from 1 January, 2023, to 31 December, 2025.
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The February sun was glittering in the glazed facades when Karolinska Institutet welcomed Minister for Education Anna Ekström on Monday 28 February. Meanwhile, the situation grew gloomier in Ukraine, which was demonstrated by, amongst other things, a lecture in disaster medicine.
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New investments are now being implemented to strengthen Karolinska Institutet’s position as a pioneering research university. Many of these investments are aimed at more junior researchers and include the KI Research Incubator (KIRI), a virtual forum for multidisciplinary collaboration. Two other initiatives are also in the pipeline – a mentor and coaching programme and a new network to enhance the qualification prospects for female researchers and teachers.
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09-06-2023