CERN moves closer to achieving full open access | CERN

peter.suber's bookmarks 2022-05-16


"Since 2014, CERN has required that all peer-reviewed primary research articles from CERN authors are published open access (OA), i.e. freely available for anyone around the world to read and re-use with appropriate attribution. This policy reflects the moral imperative of CERN as a publicly-funded organisation – supported by contributions from its Member States – to ensure that the results of our work accrue benefits to all.

I’m pleased to report that we are close to achieving full policy compliance: in 2021, 93.7% of the 1058 publications from CERN authors were published OA. ..."


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Tags: oa.physics oa.compliance oa.policies oa.offsets oa.scoap3

Date tagged:

05/16/2022, 10:13

Date published:

05/16/2022, 06:13