NAS Assembles Expert Panel to Clarify Publishing Guidelines in the Genomic Age | GenomeWeb

The world of scientific publishing is vastly different today than it was a decade ago. The onslaught of genomic and other biological data derived from new analysis techniques, combined with the ubiquity of the web, has forced the scientific community to contend with issues that simply didn’t exist before: How much data, and what types of data, should an author be required to make publicly available upon publication? What should the terms of access to this data be?

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