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Michael Eisen: Science unchained

Open-access pioneer and the new editor-in-chief of eLife, Michael Eisen, on publishing, Plan S and politics.

The slow progress on opening up research processes and outputs shows that espousing principles is one thing, but living up to them is often another.

American biologist Michael Eisen (pictured), however, is not someone who could readily be accused of lacking the courage of his convictions.

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