About DOE PAGES®
The Department of Energy Public Access Gateway for Energy and Science (DOE PAGES) is the DOE discovery tool, developed by the DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), that makes peer-reviewed scholarly scientific publications resulting from DOE research funding publicly accessible to read, download, and analyze.
DOE PAGES offers free public access to the best available full-text version of DOE-funded scholarly publications - either the peer-reviewed, accepted manuscript or the published scientific journal article - after an administrative interval of 12 months. Over 65,000 publicly available full-text journal articles and accepted manuscripts are currently accessible in DOE PAGES and will continue to grow by about 20,000-30,000 publicly-accessible articles and manuscripts a year.
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Public Access Policy
DOE PAGES helps fulfill DOE's Public Access Policy. Public access comprises the efforts of U.S. federal science agencies to increase access to unclassified scholarly publications and digital data resulting from federal research and development (R&D) funding. While OSTI has provided public access to DOE's unclassified R&D results throughout its history, the incremental change reflected in the DOE Public Access Plan is the addition of providing the full-text of DOE-funded scholarly publications, which OSTI makes publicly available within 12 months of publication.
About the DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI)
The Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), a unit of the Office of Science, fulfills agency-wide responsibilities to collect, preserve, and disseminate both unclassified and classified scientific and technical information (STI) emanating from DOE-funded research and development (R&D) activities at DOE national laboratories and facilities and at universities and other institutions nationwide. OSTI provides access to DOE STI through a suite of web-based, searchable discovery tools and through other commonly used search engines, offering ever-expanding sources of R&D information to DOE, the research community, and the science-attentive public.