Nice to see full #openaccess to cancer papers from U.S. NIH - thanks to 's Cancer Moonshot initiative. Next step: full Open Access for all U.S. taxpayer funded research papers!
In departure for NIH, Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free #Plan_S, #openaccess
! NCI Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free, -
“Imagine if… we said we will no longer conceal cancer’s secrets in… paywalled journals with restricted databases, and instead make all that we know open to everyone so that the world can join the global campaign to end cancer in our lifetimes?”
In departure for NIH, Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free
All at Cell Press are excited about the great work that will come out of the #cancermoonshot initiative & look forward to working with and to make this #openaccess goal a reality for program researchers who choose to publish with us
Kudos to the National Cancer Institute (), part of the , for requiring *unembargoed* #openaccess to #Cancer_Moonshot research.
"In departure for NIH, Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free" #OA
In departure for , Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free.
So, the HEAL initiative for opioid research has an upgraded OA policy and the Cancer Moonshot also has an upgraded policy Why not just upgrade the entire OA Policy? The world needs immediate access to research more than ever.
NIH sitt Cancer Moonshot program krever nå full og umiddelbar åpen tilgang for all forskning det støtter. ⁦⁩ er glade for en gradvis tilnærming mot Plan S krav også i USA
First steps in the USA to make research publications open access from the start. Now requirement for one of the National Cancer Institute's programs. Seems more reasonable than the European Plan S. I believe publications in hybrid journals is OK, for now.
In departure for NIH, Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free. Positive step towards Plan S alignment across the Atlantic
In departure for NIH, Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free - Science via
Clarifications on #CancerMoonshot #openaccess policy for Cell, Nature, Science journals (and in general) from Of note, an #openaccess line item will be permissible in NCI Moonshot grants based on this article.
In departure for NIH, Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free | Science | AAAS
In departure for NIH, Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free
Wonderful to see the immediate #openaccess policy from 's Cancer Moonshot come into effect at the NIH! Now we need this policy extended to ALL U.S. federally funded research articles...
In departure for , Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free
The science, it wants to be free...
"policy says moonshot authors can publish in either a fully open-access journal or a hybrid journal that publishes both free and paywalled papers. The authors can also include in their grant budgets the fees that open-access journals charge"
In departure for NIH, Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free
Good idea: “In departure for NIH, Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free” | Science | AAAS
From | In departure for , Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free | #openaccess #moonshot #gold
Acccess to data will help accelerate cures for all diseases. Applaud #CancerMoonshoot grantees for making their research immediately available to the public. This is a great first step!
#OpenAccess news: #CancerMoonshot grantees will be required to make their research “immediately and broadly available to the public.”
In departure for NIH, Cancer Moonshot requires grantees to make papers immediately free