International Microbiology, Vol 17, No 4 (2014)

ALLEA Statement on Enhancement of Open Access to Scientific Publications in Europe

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This statement was prepared on October 2013 by the ALLEA Permanent Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights. ALLEA, the federation of All European Academies, works to contribute to improving the framework conditions under which science and scholarship can excel. The working group was chaired by Prof. Joseph Straus (Union of the German Academies of Sciences and Humanities) and Prof. Alain Strowel (Saint-Louis University, Brussels) is the lead author of the statement. It can be accessed at This article is published here with the permission of ALLEA.

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