Open Access Someday

Open access to scientific papers will occur eventually, says Philip Campbell, editor-in-chief of Nature, The Guardian reports. "My personal belief is that that's what's going to happen in the long run," Campbell said at session on open access at the Science Media Centre. Campbell added that he has found that reading and researching open-access papers has been a "very compelling" experience.

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