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Oxford Journals tries Open Access

EurekAlert! posted the following news release on its site:

"Oxford University Press (OUP) is initiating an Open Access experiment with one of its flagship journals, Nucleic Acids Research (NAR), recently listed by ISI as one of the top ten 'hottest' journals of the decade in biology and biochemistry . This initiative is in response to calls from the academic community to make research freely available online without the barrier of a subscription to access. "
A very positive step forward for the open access movement. Read the full document at: EurekAlert!

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