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LERULeague of European Research Universities
LERULawrenceburg Emergency Rescue Unit (est. 1951; Lawrenceburg, IN)
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Earlier this year, LERU's report on OA challenges stated that the UK transition to full OA was not working due to costly APCs increasing publishing costs beyond subscription costs.
Founded in 2002, the League of European Research Universities (LERU) is a consortium of 21 universities from ten member states.
(6) See still another recent striking parallel "Memorandum of Understanding between the European Commission and The League of European Research Universities" (LERU), 17 July 2012.
The League of European Research Universities has issued a Report on Women, Research and Universities (LERU 2012) also with recommendations addressed to various sets of actors and a selection of best practice from among its institutional membership.
(3.) Pola Suarez Urtubey, Alberto Ginastera, Serie Argentinos en las artes (Buenos Aires: Ediciones Culturales Argentinas, 1967); and her Alberto Ginastera en cinco movimientos, Coleccion "La Musica y los musicos" (Buenos Aires: Victor Leru, 1972).
The following individuals also participated in the expedition and are thanked for their assistance in the field: Bruno Leru, Leonard Ngala Mmasava, Christophe Plantamp (all ICIPE) and Juliet Muriuki.
The deceased were identified as Leru Majhi, Dasrath Majhi, and Choto Majhi.
Universities have an important role in innovation "they do not operate in isolation but are an intrinsic part of a larger innovation ecosystem," says the League of European Research Universities (LERU).