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U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science
Office of Scientific and Technical Information

Friend of OSTI,

We hope you enjoy Issue 5 of the Newsletter.

What are CrossRef and FundRef, and how do these publisher partnerships assist the initiative to make scientific publications publicly accessible? What is the difference between Science Accelerator and SciTech Connect? How does bring research results from around the globe to DOE researchers? Where can you find a guide to DOE scientific and technical information resources? How can you get quick access to DOE power grid R&D? You can find answers to these questions and much more in Issue 5.


Issue Contents

July/August 2013


·         OSTI Partnering with Publishers on CrossRef and FundRef

·         OSTI's Catalogue of Collections

·         Statistically Speaking – Web Traffic to OSTI's DOE Collections

· A Global Science Gateway Fostering International Collaboration

·         2013 STIP Working Meeting

·         Meet Judy Gilmore

·         Eleanor Frierson: A Tribute to the Grande Dame of Government Science Information Partnerships

·         What is a Federated Search?

·         What is the Difference between Science Accelerator and SciTech Connect?

·         Search Tip: Finding DOE-sponsored STI in SciTech Connect

·         DOE Science Showcase – Power Grid Research

The Department of Energy conducts more than $10 billion a year in research and development. The DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) helps ensure a return on these DOE investments by collecting, preserving and disseminating DOE-sponsored R&D results.

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Walt Warnick, OSTI Director