India’s chief science adviser: cost of academic publishing is ‘untenable
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"India’s annual multi-million-euro outlay on scientific publishing is a bad deal for the country, says Krishnaswamy VijayRaghavan, principal scientific adviser to the government.
“We have to take a clear position – the current situation is untenable and costly,” VijayRaghavan told Science|Business.
VijayRaghavan was speaking after he tweeted that India would be signing up to the most radical opposition to the scientific publishing status quo: Plan S, an initiative launched last year by a group of European funders to ensure that, by 2020, taxpayer-funded research results are made immediately free to read...."
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