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Thursday, 26th June 2003
On Access to Federally Funded Research
Source: The New York Times
"Measure Calls for Wider Access to Federally Financed Research"
From the article, A group challenging the power of established scientific journals says legislation will be introduced to make the results of all federally financed research available to the public. The group, the Public Library of Science, which includes scientists, doctors, researchers and their public supporters, plans to announce legislation on Thursday that would give taxpayers greater access to scientific data.
See Also: Learn More About the Public Library of Science
See Also: More About the Legislation PLoS is Proposing ||| Complete Press Kit About Proposals (3.6MB)
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