Recent publications supported by the open access fund include:
Koh, K., Rubenstein, E. & White, K.(2015). Practical and scholarly implications of information behaviour research: a pilot study of research literature. Information Research, 20(4), paper 691.
Ziesemer, K. A. et al. Intrinsic challenges in ancient microbiome reconstruction using 16S rRNA gene amplification. Scientific Reports 5, 16498
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