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Things are moving so fast in the Open Access debate, it can be hard to keep track. Here are just a few of the key highlights since our last Librarian News Update:
The UK House of Commons Science and Technology Committee is conducting an inquiry into access to scientific publications, including Open Access publishing. BioMed Central has been invited to give evidence to the Committee in March.
Governments from 176 countries including the UK signed a landmark international agreement that explicitly supports Open Access at the United Nations sponsored World Summit on the Information Society in Switzerland in December.
PNAS published the results of their author survey on Open Access in a recent Editorial. Almost half of the respondents (49.5%) were in favour of Open Access.
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