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Apollo holds and provides access to the open-access research output of Cambridge University.

Apollo, the institutional repository of Cambridge University, is delivered and managed by the University Library's Office of Scholarly Communication.

The repository stores a range of content and provides different levels of access, but its primary focus is on providing open access to the University's research publications. Apollo forms an important part of the University's provision for meeting research funder requirements for open access, enabling 'Green' access to publications.

Over the past ten years, Apollo has participated in a number of externally funded projects intended to better understand researcher requirements or improve the services it offers. These include: Incremental, DataTrain and PrePARe, which resulted in the development of resources to support research data managementEPIC and Keeping Research Data Safe (KRDS), which focused on the repository's preservation services.
 

How to access the repository

Visit www.repository.cam.ac.uk.

Some items in the repository are under embargo. We cannot make them available in the repository because of copyright, but authors are entitled to distribute embargoed manuscripts on an individual basis. You can request access by clicking on the 'Request a copy' button and completing the form. You'll need to provide your name, email address and information about who you are, your occupation and why you're interested in the article. This will be sent to the relevant person or department. It may take severals days or weeks to receive a reply, depending on the author's availability.
 

How to deposit research

Before you deposit your research, please check that you have the right to deposit the material and that it is in a suitable electronic format.

You can deposit research articles via the open access upload form and data via the data upload form.

If you have other content you would like to add, please contact with details of the items in question. If you have any questions about depositing data, please contact the Research Data Management team.
 

Support and queries

For enquiries and support, please contact the Office of Scholarly Communication.

Email:

Office of Scholarly Communication
University Library
West Road
Cambridge
CB3 9DR

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