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This week’s announcement that scientists who publish in the Nature journals will be able to make their papers freely available online marks another significant step on the journey towards what we hope will be full open access.

However, the move also underlines that the bulk of open access (OA) budgets continue to be spent on supporting open access publishing in subscription journals, on payment of article-processing charges (APCs).




10/25/2020, 16:26

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oa.new oa.offsets oa.fees oa.publishers oa.transparency oa.agreements oa.business_models oa.hybrid oa.objections oa.debates

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10/25/2020, 20:26

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10/24/2020, 16:26