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Ireland aims for 100% open access by 2030


Plan proposes institutional policies to achieve total open publication for publicly funded work

The Irish government has launched an ambitious national plan for open research that would see all publicly funded scientific publications in Ireland become open access by 2030. 

The plan aims to establish a culture of open research by working towards “100 per cent open access” publications in repositories, journals or other platforms. It sets out to enable findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable research results, the government said. 

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