Researchers from CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, can now publish open access with IOP Publishing at no cost, after the two organisations struck a new ‘publish and read’ agreement.
The agreement enables authors from CERN to publish open access in 42 of IOPP’s journals, with no barriers and no article publication charges (APCs) for qualified articles at the point of publication. Articles will be published under an open licence (CC-BY), allowing authors to retain copyright.
IOPP already has 10 similar agreements in place worldwide, with further contracts to be announced soon. Authors from CERN will be able to publish open access with IOPP whether their affiliation is primary or secondary. The agreement also covers articles from CERN experimental collaborations.
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