MIC partners with the WHO’s HINARI program to support free access to biomedical research literature

Microbial Cell and its publisher Shared Science Publishers are pleased to announce that they have been accepted to join HINARI, a program led by the WHO together with major publishers to enable low- and middle- income countries to gain access to biomedical and health literature. Currently, there are more than 5700 institutions in more than 100 eligible countries, areas and territories registered for this program. The information resources cover the subjects of basic science, biochemistry, biotechnology, cardiology, clinical medicine, dentistry, education, environmental sciences,  ethics, general medicine, geriatrics, HIV/AIDS, immunology, infectious diseases, microbiology, nursing/allied health, nutrition, OB/GYN, oncology, parasitology, pediatrics, social sciences, surgery, toxicology, tropical  medicine, and zoology. To learn more about it, visit the HINARI homepage. You can find Microbial Cell‘s entry in HINARI here.


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