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Support for the development of open science

Université Paris-Saclay supports various initiatives for the development of open science which translates into financial support for recognised organisations:

Online archive of preprints in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance, statistics, electrical engineering and systems science, and economics.

Network for the negotiation and expertise of electronic documentary resources in higher education and research in France.
Each year, the University takes part in and benefits from the negotiations conducted by Couperin for its subscriptions to electronic resources.

Independent database of over 16,500 peer-reviewed open access journals covering all fields of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, arts and humanities.
In 2021, more than 6500 publications bore the name "Université Paris-Saclay".

DOAB:  directory of peer-reviewed open access books and publishers of open access books.
OAPEN Library: repository of over 25,000 freely accessible academic books.

Platform for online access to retrospective collections of scientific literature in all disciplines.

An important party in the development of open science for the academic and educational community and for society at large.

Scientific infrastructure service that provides bibliographic data and open citations.

Academic initiative that enables open source software development and supports services, including Open Journal Systems (OJS), one of the world's leading journal publishing platforms.

Online resource that aggregates and analyses open access policies of publishers worldwide and provides summaries of publishers' copyright archiving and open access policies for each journal.

Open access scientific publishing portal in the physical sciences. Several researchers from the University are involved in this initiative.

A pre-publication platform that makes peer reviews of preprints and scientific articles available in open access.
Several researchers from the University are involved in its development.