Going Open Access -- Slowly but Surely | GenomeWeb

Blogger Bora Zivkovic is excited -- SAGE and Hindawi will be starting a site with a few open-access journals in December, he writes at Blog Around the Clock. SAGE isn't yet taking its established journal in that direction but is starting new ones online, which is understable, according to Zivkovic.

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