Publishers Still Unhappy with Congress, NIH over Open Access Law | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Starting Monday, scientists who have used money from the National Institutes of Health to fund their research and who are seeking to publish their findings will face a new, open access publishing landscape, while those in scientific publishing will face a choice about what can be done to preserve their interests.
 

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