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• ^ Jaschik, Scott (8 August 2016). "Letter from publishers' group adds to debate over Sci-Hub and librarians who study it". Inside Higher Ed. Archived from the original on 14 August 2016 . Retrieved 29 August 2016. Add to Bag


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Sci-Hub is currently served at domains including https://sci-hub.hk, https://sci-hub.la, https://sci-hub.mn, https://sci-hub.name, https://sci-hub.tv, and https://sci-hub.tw, as well as at scihub22266oqcxt.onion — a Tor Hidden Service ( Dingledine et al., 2004). Elbakyan described the project’s technical scope in July 2017 ( Elbakyan, 2017): “Sci-Hub technically is by itself a repository, or a library if you like, and not a search engine for some other repository. But of course, the most important part in Sci-Hub is not a repository, but the script that can download papers closed behind paywalls.” • ^ The Economic Value of College Majors - interactive chart from Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce (US)


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• ^ a b c d e Bohannon, John (28 April 2016). "The frustrated science student behind Sci-Hub". Science. 352 (6285): 511. Bibcode: 2016Sci...352..511B. doi: 10.1126/science.352.6285.511. PMID 27126021. Archived from the original on 27 October 2018 . Retrieved 27 October 2018. • April 2019


In the June 21 decision, Judge Robert W. Sweet ordered the defendants to destroy unauthorized copies of Elsevier’s copyrighted works, transfer their website domain registrations to Elsevier, and pay Elsevier $150,000 for each of 100 copyrighted works, including articles in Catalysis Today and Tetrahedron Letters. The process is quite alarming – we’re seeing a sustained password guessing attack on our password management system. It’s coming from a Tencent cloud server (XXX.51.XXX.220) which we’ve now locked. The guessing rate was quite low but still successful, so I suspect it’s testing a list of users/passwords gathered from elsewhere.


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Of course, if the teacher’s goal is to practice measuring and cooking, that’s great. But if their goal was learning about the Underground Railroad, they fell short. This is because of the key concept: “ Memory is the residue of thought .” This is one of the biggest takeaways from Willingham’s book, “Why Don’t Students Like School: A Cognitive Scientist Answers Questions About How the Mind Works and What It Means for the Classroom,” which I highly recommend! • Volunteer CV


• April 2020 Of course, after reading a journal article / paper on sci.hub you’ll want to reference it in your essay.


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3. Sci-Hub is not about science for the Russians. It’s about hacking, espionage, disruption, trying out new technology in these fields, etc etc. • It is okay for contemporary partners to live together before marriage


• Investment basics Top 100 Scopus Indexed Journals List for Business and Management with Impact Factor Sci-Hub’s most downloaded publishers up to 2020 Why Researchers Use SciHub though it is illegal?


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• "Sci-Hub/LibGen in Blogs and the Media (PDF)" Stephen Reid McLaughlin, March 2016 Richard Van Noorden probed this very question in a 2013 article in Nature that looked at the meteoric rise of Open Access journals. These journals had an unassuming start in the late 1980s and ‘90s with a handful of obscure digital publications. Many of these were the result of scientists, entrepreneurs, and editors from paywall publications who were inspired by the Open Access movement and struck out to start their own publications. Within just a few decades, these journals have come to account for 28 percent of all published research that’s ever been issued a Digital Object Identifier — essentially a type of URL for research. As the article pointed out, many Open Access publishers charge scientists fees — often anywhere from a few hundred dollars up to around two thousand — for processing their articles, whether they’re accepted or not.


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( setf ( url-filename urlobj) ( mail-fetch-field "Location ")) • The SciHub website provides access to articles from almost all academic publishers, including Elsevier, Springer/Nature, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, American Chemical Society, Wiley Blackwell, and The Royal Society of Chemistry.


• Bohannon J. The frustrated science student behind Sci-Hub. Science. 2016a; 352:511. doi: 10.1126/science.352.6285.511. [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] On March 19, 2017, Sci-Hub tweeted: “If you like the list of all DOI collected on Sci-Hub, here it is: sci-hub.cc/downloads/doi.7z … 62,835,101 DOI in alphabetical order”. The tweet included a download link for a file with the 62,835,101 DOIs that Sci-Hub claims to provide access to. Of these DOIs, 56,246,220 were part of the Crossref-derived catalog of scholarly articles, and 99.5% of the DOIs from Sci-Hub’s list were in the LibGen scimag repository (after filtering). Hence, the LibGen scimag and Sci-Hub repositories have largely stayed in sync since their split. On Twitter, the Sci-Hub account confirmed this finding, commenting “with a small differences, yes the database is the same”. Therefore, the LibGen scimag and Sci-Hub DOI catalogs can essentially be used interchangeably for research purposes.


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помню «лошадь Пржевальского», «таблицу Менделеева», «палочку Коха», «закон Ньютона», «закон Мура» и прочие «самоописанные» «самоназванцы». I love the DOI->PDF single search, it's how it should be. I'd prefer a better more responsive format, (PDFs are still hard to read on a phone or less than huge tablet) but nothing is quite as good for, "just give me the damn paper".


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First year students are admitted into the major and c ertification programs on a provisional basis as a "pre-education" major. The Pennsylvania Department I have a PhD in physics. I have zero problem with anyone downloading any of my papers from scihub. My publishers paid me nothing, and also paid the academics who peer reviewed my paper nothing. If I had stayed in academia (I didn't partially because of the toxic nature of publishing) I would also have been expected to peer review other journals for free. Information should be free access information general, but publishers are the least deserving key holders.


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Before the internet, print journals were the best way to distribute articles to academic communities. Since physical distribution has a non-negligible per-unit cost, toll access made sense. However, with digital publication the bandwidth to deliver an article costs a mere fraction of a penny, yet readers encounter paywalls demanding £30 sterling or more! Why? Because we inherited a toll access system from the print publication era. • ^ "Lifeboat Foundation Bios: Alexandra A. Elbakyan". Lifeboat Foundation. Archived from the original on 7 May 2010 . Retrieved 15 February 2016.


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I’ve always contended that if one wanted to infiltrate academic and government institutions (including environmental, nuclear, electrical, and healthcare), then give away free access to scholarly material as a means to gain access to internal systems. I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but this has always seemed to be much more than a play at academia. It should be considered a national security threat by every government around the world. Many students like Elbakyan simply email studies’ authors, or tweet the article’s information with the hashtag #ICanHazPDF hoping someone will send them a copy if they’re blocked by a paywall. But these methods, like scouring Arxiv, tend to be hit-or-miss. So when Elbakyan found herself facing paywall after paywall, she began to wonder why she shouldn’t just jump them.


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It is an interesting opinion piece (read another thinly veiled SciHub hit job), where you very neatly make statements that conflate hackers with SciHub, without providing any real evidence to back them up. You talk about stolen credentials, and then lay the blame at the foot of SciHub- without any actual proof that they stole or hacked them. Yes they may be using stolen credentials (which I agree is very, very poor form and weakens their position, and importantly reputation), however you offer no proof that they are the originators of the theft or did hacking (do you have such evidence?). • Open-source software


• MicroTip Pre-pulled Pipettes Support for open-access science publishing extends beyond Sci-Hub; Plan S is an initiative launched by Science Europe on 4 September 2018. [56] [57] It is an initiative of "cOAlition S", [58] a consortium launched by major national research agencies and funders from twelve European countries. The plan requires scientists and researchers who benefit from state-funded research organisations and institutions to publish their work in open repositories or in journals that are available to all by 2021. [59] The initiative is not a law. [60]




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