China backs bold plan to tear down journal paywalls

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In a huge boost to the open-access movement, librarians and funders in China have said that they intend to make the results of publicly funded research free to read immediately on publication. The move, announced at an open-access meeting this week in Berlin, includes a pledge of support for Plan S, a bold initiative launched in September by a group of European funders to ensure that, by 2020, their scientists make papers immediately open.



12/05/2018, 11:41

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12/05/2018, 14:59

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12/06/2018, 11:41