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U.K. Open-Access Proposal Requires Prompt Posting Of Government-Funded Studies

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Research Councils U.K., a partnership of the U.K.’s eight research councils, is proposing mandatory posting of research funded by the councils in openly available electronic repositories as soon as possible after publication. Proposal appears to be more stringent than NIH’s public access policy.

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