Rebels or profiteers?

@article{Golinelli2014RebelsOP,
  title={Rebels or profiteers?},
  author={S. Golinelli and L. Henry},
  journal={Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={345},
  pages={521 - 521}
}
![Figure][1] “Open,” the new black of political controversy, has become ubiquitous in contemporary debates surrounding scientific practices. Just as software activists managed to free information technologies from the realms of academia and industry, today some biologists believe their science would have a larger impact if carried out in the open. However, most scientists still have a narrow conception of where the “open revolution” comes from and what it means. What does “open science” have… Expand
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