Open Access

Under Open Access is understood, „that [scientific] literature should be free and publicly accessible on the Internet, so that interested readers read the full text, download, copy, distribute, print, search in them, refer to them and otherwise to every conceivable […] The only restriction should be to leave the respective authors in control of their work and their right to ensure that their work is properly recognized and cited. „
Budapest Open Access Initiative (2002)
The aim of the STARBIOS2 project is to inform interested students and researchers comprehensively about the Open Access Strategy and to support and promote their implementation. It is planned that measures will be anchored in the RRI mission statement of the department.

Information about Open Access:

History of OA movement

OA strategies (golden / green way)

With the Sherpa / RoMEO list, you can check which user rights you have for the secondary use of your publications.