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Thursday, August 25, 2005

More OSI support for PLoS memberships from developing countries

I would have blogged this July 20 press release earlier but I didn't discover it until today:
The Open Society Institute (OSI) and the Public Library of Science (PLoS) are pleased to announce the continuation of their PLoS Institutional Memberships for developing and transitional countries. Both OSI and PLoS are committed to promoting scholarly communication through open access publishing and support for PLoS Institutional Memberships is one way we can work together on this globally important issue. Authors affiliated with OSI-sponsored Member Institutions receive a complete waiver on the publication charge for all PLoS journals. So if your paper is accepted for publication, you pay nothing, and your paper will be published and made available for readers throughout the world.