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Free access to science research doesn't benefit everyone

from The Atlantic

Open is better than closed. That rule applies for a lot of things: presents, beer, restaurants. And, many argue, science. The open-science movement has a lot of interlocking parts. Open-access publishing advocates want papers to be available to anybody, open-data supporters want data to be downloadable, and those arguing for open source want the software scientists use to be shared with everyone. The idea is simple: The more people who have access to papers, data, and software, the better it is for the world. more


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