NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Nature Publishing Group said in an editorial this week that it is introducing a “creative commons” license that allows for free reuse of papers reporting full genome sequences.
 
According to the editorial published earlier this week, Nature and the other journals published by the Nature Publishing Group have for years made papers reporting full genome sequences freely accessible on the NPG website.
 

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