Open Access and YouTube -- A Likely Match? | GenomeWeb

BioMed Central has recently launched its very own YouTube channel, reports ScienceRoll, collating videos from scientific authors and editors who add to or further explain their work. It's certainly not the first example of this -- we've also seen the launch of Bioscreencast and JoVE, to name a couple of other science video sites.

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