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Welcome to the new SpringerOpen Blog. This is a place where we talk about open access—especially in the scientific world beyond… Read more »
When I talk with researchers about open access, especially in non-biomedical areas, I often hear questions about paying… Read more »
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I used—and continue to use—Papers. I used a simple URL for a collection of articles—like this one—and it couldn’t have… Read more »
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