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Being more open: International Open Access Week at Strathprints (19-25 Oct 2020)...

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers from the University of Strathclyde, spanning numerous disciplines across science, engineering, business, social sciences and humanties. 19-25 October 2020 is International Open Access Week, an annual global event to promote the need for, and benefits of, greater Open Access in scholarship. This not only encompasses greater openness of research publications like journal articles and conference papers, but also important outputs of the research process, such as data (e.g. Open Data).

At Strathclyde we are committed to progressing towards full Open Access by 2025. That is why close to 90% of all research is now made available Open Access, principally through Strathprints. Explore all of Strathclyde's Open Access research...

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Yap, Christina and Beverland, Iain and Heal, M.R. and Cohen, G.R. and Robertson, Chris and Henderson, Deborah Elizabeth Jayne and Ferguson, Neil and Hart, C.L. and Morris, George and Agius, R.M. (2012) Association between long-term exposure to air pollution and specific causes of mortality in Scotland. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 69 (12). pp. 916-924. ISSN 1351-0711

Beverland, Iain and Robertson, Charles and Yap, Christina and Heal, M.R. and Cohen, G.R. and Henderson, Deborah Elizabeth Jayne and Hart, C.L. and Agius, R.M. (2012) Comparison of models for estimation of long-term exposure to air pollution in cohort studies. Atmospheric Environment, 62. pp. 530-539. ISSN 1352-2310

Beverland, I.J. and Cohen, G.R. and Heal, M.R. and Carder, M. and Yap, Christina and Robertson, Chris and Hart, C.L. and Agius, R.M. (2012) A comparison of short-term and long-term air pollution exposure associations with mortality in two cohorts in Scotland. Environmental Health Perspectives, 120 (9). pp. 1280-1285. ISSN 0091-6765

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