Portland Press is suspending paywalls on all content published across the Biochemical Society’s seven journals until further notice to support the global research community during the current Covid-19 pandemic. This means access to articles will be freely available to all, whether working remotely or in a laboratory, across the globe.
Making all of the content freely available means that they are able to support the community in ensuring that everyone has access to the best research and review content, whether they are researching the pandemic itself, related conditions, underlying pathways and therapeutics, or continuing research in other fields.
As the wholly-owned publishing arm of the Biochemical Society, Portland Press has been able to respond quickly to researchers’ needs, ensuring that paywalls have been suspended as soon as possible.
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