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For scientists around the world, the open access movement has radically changed how journal articles are read and distributed by offering an alternative to the dominant subscription-based access model.

When was the last time you were sitting down after a hard day’s work, unwinding with your favorite crime drama such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and you thought to yourself, “Really?

This series explores the impact of open access journals on the scientific publishing industry. In this final installment, we look at how the industry's shifting fee structure is hurting scientists.

It was all sunshine and smiles in Tampa, Florida for the UCSF Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) team as they took home first place in the 14th Annual AMCP P&T Competition on April 4.

California Public Health Association at UCSF organized a group of nine dental students to volunteer at the California Care Force Clinic in Indio, Calif.

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Over a pitcher of beer at Terzetto’s one afternoon, a group of us involved in the outreach branch of the Science Policy Group at UCSF brainstormed ways to educate the public about the importance of funding basic science research.

A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.

Have you ever driven on a familiar route without remembering how exactly you arrived at your destination? We are creatures of habit, and it is not unlikely that physicians may utilize habitual knowledge in making medical diagnoses.

This series explores the impact of open access journals on the scientific publishing industry. In this installment, we examine the publishing industry’s response to the growing popularity of open access journals.