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Nature Publishing Group launches free pre-print service for the biological sciences

From the Science Commons blog … “Today Nature Publishing Group launches Nature Precedings – a free document sharing service for the sciences. The service further enables scientists to share their preliminary findings and research in a free environment, while allowing authors to retain copyright in their work. All accepted contributions are released under a Creative … Read More “Nature Publishing Group launches free pre-print service for the biological sciences”

Jon Phillips at Pixelodeon

This past weekend, our very own Jon Phillips had the pleasure of speaking at The First Annual Pixelodeon Festival, an independent video festival that specifically celebrates global online video. From NewTeeVee: While much of the discussion focused on how to make a business out of producing video content for online distribution, Creative Commons Jon Phillips’ … Read More “Jon Phillips at Pixelodeon”

UNU Media Studio Program adopts CC licences for websites

The United Nations University (UNU) Media Studio Program announced today that they have adopted a CC Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa) license for both their Media Studio and Online Learning websites. This phenomenal news is only strengthened by the desire that eventually, “the UNU will evolve into a 100% Creative Commons institution”. Although doing so … Read More “UNU Media Studio Program adopts CC licences for websites”

CC Israel

Concluding our series on the Creative Commons international jurisdiction projects comes news from CC Israel (CC-IL) concerning their various projects and initiatives. Again, we can’t thank you all enough for your support during our CCi Scholarship campaign – it was a truly overwhelming response and promises to make iSummit 2007 an event for the ages. … Read More “CC Israel”

CC Bulgaria

With iSummit 2007 kicking off at the end of this week (June 15th), it seems only appropriate to wrap up our series highlighting the phenomenal work being done by Creative Commons international jurisdiction projects. Two stories remain, and today we present Creative Commons Bulgaria. CC Bulgaria, in cooperation with six international partners, including CC Sweden, … Read More “CC Bulgaria”