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Making available scientific information in the third millennium: perspectives for the neuroscientific community

This presentation by Enrico Alleva and Igor Branchi from the Section of Behavioural Neurosciences, Departement of Cell Biology and Neurosciences, Istituto Superiore di Sanità, looks at whether open access method of publishing will create new discriminations on who can publish on OA journals. Also it explores if it will be possible to really exclude or strongly limit the influences of the market from scientific publishing.
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Electronic Publishing and Open Access: Developing country perspectives

In this presentation, Ms Alma Swan, Key Perspectives Ltd, Truro, UK, discusses how researchers, institutions, national economies and science and society can benefit from Open access. Also, it discusses how open access increases citations. According to this presentation, in the past five years there have been 219040 citations 104617 articles by Indian scientists (indexed by ISI), but this figure could have been 42.5 percent higher with OA.
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Journal publishing in China - The NSFC experience

In this presentation, Prof Zu Guang'an, Executive Director, Department of Publication, NSFC, Beijing, China, presents National Natural Science Foundation of China's (NSFC) activities on scientific journals.
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Publishing Realities: contracts versus copyright

This presentation by David Hoole of the Nature Publishing Group, looks at a publishers perspective on negotiating licenses and copyright. The presentation describes every thig from the basics of copyright to its implication in the STM publishing. It also looks at the future developments that will best serve science.
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Realizing the Power of On-line Publishing in Copyright and Creativity in International Scholarship

This presentation by Philip Bourne of the University of California, describes the role of libraries to set up an OA journal in partnership with an international society. It also describes the approach taken by scientists to establish new modes of scientific dissemination.
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