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The Universal Digital Repository (TUDR) is a permanent and secure database which preserves collection of research publications, journal articles, conference papers, working papers, theses, reports, book sections, published academic work and more to maximise academics, researchers and universities research output.

The aim of TUDR is to help researchers avoid paywalls while linking them to authoritative research materials. In addition to providing readers with easy access to millions of journals articles that seek to help authors reach their audiences and help journals upsurge their exposure to boost readership.

TUDR welcomes journal articles for every discipline, and the database offers more than a dozen advanced search options, including the length of the paper and the number of authors. There is an option to include, exclude, or exclusively search gray papers.

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