NIH/Publishers Meet On Open Access; Six-Month Schedule Is Key Concern
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Publishers maintain free access to research six months after publication could destroy small scientific societies that publish their journals bimonthly or quarterly. Delegation raises concern that House language calling for open access violates the separation of congressional funding and authorization functions.
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