Publishing research results
The University of Fribourg supports the electronic accessibility of all scientific publications, following the principles of the Open Access movement.
Following is a list of publishing instruments with which you can access specific University of Fribourg research projects and publications:
This database contains information related to research activities (projects, publications, presentations) at the University of Fribourg.
- RERO DOC
This is the digital library of RERO, the Library Network of Western Switzerland. It provides public access to the literature (electronic theses, dissertations and e-prints) of participating institutions, including the University of Fribourg.
This database contains published doctoral theses from the University of Fribourg in electronic form. It can be searched by author, title, faculty and year of graduation. Contracts for publication are provided by the Research Promotion Service. The electronic theses in eThesis are also accessible from RERO DOC.
You can read about the latest research results from the University of Fribourg in the following publications:
This scientific magazine reports on current research results from University of Fribourg projects. It is published 4 times a year in French and German, and addresses a different topic in each issue.
This internal newsletter of the University of Fribourg keeps employees up to date on the latest news and information. It is published every 2 months in French and German.
You can read about Swiss and European research results in the following open-access publications:
This magazine presents aspects of Swiss science and research. It is published 4 times a year in German and French by the Swiss National Science Foundation.
This newsletter highlights European research, events and news. It is published 4 times a year in English by the European Research Council.
This magazine features European research and development projects. It is published 10 times a year in English by the European Commission.