NEW YORK, Feb. 17 ― An upcoming report from the National Academy of Sciences' Board on Life Sciences recommends that authors of scientific papers ― whether working in academia, government, or the commercial sector ― should allow unrestricted access to data and materials that support their published findings.

 

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