News (see posts):
- COLLABORATING ACADEMICS has signed the Jussieu Call for Open science and bibliodiversity (see here). We invite you to join!
- The Open Access Journal MATERIALS AND DEVICES (ISSN 2495 – 3911) published by Collaborating Academics is now secured by HAL (Hyper Articles on Line) as a collection. This allows to digitally preserve the journal and published articles in the long term.
- Consider seriously this journal as an ideal solution to publish your articles: you keep all rights on your work (so you may distribute freely reprints after publication), everything is free of charge, articles processing is transparent and fair, and publication may be fast.
- The corresponding address is : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/OAJ-MATERIALS-AND-DEVICES
TEAM1 (1st Transpyrenean Encounter on Advanced Materials)
TEAM1 is now over! It has been a nice meeting in the touristic town of Sète, and we now have to think about TEAM2, that should be organized on the other site of Pyrenean mountains!
The proceedings remain accessible in the site of the event here.
The abstracts book is published in the site of Materials and Devices and may be downloaded here.
Archive: previsional program download
See you in Sète!
- Massive Online Opencourse on Materials – starting may, 8th!
Collaborating Academics is a NGO («Association loi 1901») based in France, gathering academics and scientists from countries all around the world.
Projects led by our NGO, concern:
- organization of scientific meetings, schools, workshops, etc,
- scientific edition in its open access form, in order to disseminate scientific results and information, and particularly make scientific information available to all countries without barrier,
- support to high education and scientific research in less advanced, and developing countries.
- mainly research on sustainable development, renewable energy, water, solar energy for rural development, environment preservation,…
Science is the motor of development, and knowledge is a powerful tool against poverty and for building a sustainable world.
Feel free to join us, we need you!