HHS Expanding Access Research

HHS has released a plan to expand how its agencies make research results freely available to scientists and the public.

HHS has released a plan to expand how its agencies, including the National Institutes of Health (NIH), make research results freely available to scientists and the public. It builds upon the NIH’s requirement that scientific papers that it funds should be made open access within 12 months of publication.

Specifically, the HHS is demanding that researchers supported not only by the NIH, but the CDC, the FDA, and its other agencies, deposit their articles on PubMed Central within a year.

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Source: Chemistry World