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This ongoing web focus (which is published by Nature) explores current trends and future possibilities of open access. Each week, the website publishes specially commissioned insights and analysis from leading scientists, librarians, publishers and other stakeholders, as well as key links, and articles from Nature's archive. All content is available free.
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A lively listserv on open access and scholarly communication.
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This Wellcome Trust report provides a comprehensive analysis of the science publishing industry, an industry that generates some GBP22 billion annually.
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Dr. Gordon Fletcher says that medical publishing is in turmoil but that there are several organisations Trying to improve the situation. Several open access programmes are discussed. (December 2002)
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BioMed Central, the publishing company known for publishing open access peer-reviewed research articles, is publicly committing itself to maintaining an open access publishing policy through the launch of an Open Access Charter.
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Free journals, news, features etc from the world of biomedicine.
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A movement supported by George Soros to accelerate progress in the international effort to make research articles in all academic fields freely available on the internet.
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Everything you want to know about BOAI.
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A brochure preprared by SPARC, ARL and ACRL to inform scientists and scholars about the benefits of open access.
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The Association of Professional & Learned Society Publishers criticises George Soros' Budapest Open Access Initiative. (BBC News 25 March 2002).
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