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Re: Open-access moves ahead for physics

We made an estimation of the cost, for our lab, of this new model where writers pay for publication. This was based on figures available from journals which already use this model.

Conclusion: for large labs with active young researchers, like mine, it will be more expensive than the old publisher model!


Howard Flack a écrit :

Have a look at


Has anybody any further information on this? It sounds rather like typical CERN tub beating.

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