Trouble for Elsevier?

Nearly 3,000 researchers, including several winners of the Fields Medal, have signed a petition to boycott scientific publisher Elsevier because of its stance on open-access publishing and journal pricing model, reports ScienceInsider's Jop de Vrieze. The petitioners have pledged not to publish papers in any Elsevier journals, nor do any editorial work or peer review for the company.

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