Gautam Dey, UCL’s Cell Biology rockstar: Publish your cake, and eat it. – ScienceOpen Blog

lkfitz's bookmarks 2017-01-31


"I think the UK is making some positive moves, such as requiring Open Access for compliance with the Research Evaluation Framework. Funding agencies like the BBSRC and Wellcome Trust defray the costs of “gold” Open Access for published research supported by their grants. However, in the absence of accompanying reforms in the publishing industry or revised evaluation criteria for scientists, many of these policy changes will simply funnel more taxpayer money towards established scientific journals, providing more of a stopgap than a long-term solution."


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01/31/2017, 16:52

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01/31/2017, 11:52