Researchers Plan Free Global Preprint Archive

@article{Marshall1999ResearchersPF,
  title={Researchers Plan Free Global Preprint Archive},
  author={Eliot Marshall},
  journal={Science},
  year={1999},
  volume={286},
  pages={887 - 887}
}
SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHINGWhile the National Institutes of Health moves ahead with plans to create a free database of biological publications, a group of research librarians and information experts is trying to concoct something more far-reaching. The leaders--who are following the model of the Los Alamos National Laboratory physics archive--met last week in Santa Fe, New Mexico, to begin working out the framework for a "universal preprint archive" that would include papers from all disciplines. By… 

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