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Two publishers are trying out new ways to support open-access journals, Science reports.

It notes that the cost of open-access publishing is often shifted to researchers who pay article-processing fees. It says these fees can be thousands of dollars and may be out of reach for researchers with small budgets, but at the same time, some publishers worry that the fees won't cover costs.

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