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From Google's English: "Researchers who receive support from the Danish Research Council, will in the future parallelpublicere a digital version of the final, peer-reviewed scientific article that has been accepted by a scientific journal. According to a new Open Access policy adopted jointly by the Independent Research, Strategic Research, Danish National Research Foundation, the Foundation and the Council for Technology and Innovation, which distributes state funds to Danish research. engineer has for years pointed out the unfairness of the results of government-sponsored research is not freely available, but as a rule only been acquired through subscriptions or purchase individual articles for a very high price. The engineer has also managers and comments criticized the time it has taken to reach a national policy. The new Open Access policy will address some of these issues. "Free access to research findings for the benefit of all society - not least the ability of firms to increase their innovation and thereby contribute to the socio-economic growth, "explains Jens Christian Djurhuus, who is chairman of the Independent Research. policy has a loophole However, there is a loophole in the Open Access policy which says that parallel publication should only take place if the journal permits...."



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Date tagged:

11/06/2012, 17:39

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11/06/2012, 12:39