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Is diamond forever?

The current shifts in publishing could be critical for open access

For decades open-access advocates have been lamenting what they see as frustratingly slow progress on making research papers free to read—and therefore on speeding up innovation and education on everything from drug development to climate change.

Recent developments have some hoping that the long-sought moment when funders and institutions wrest control away from commercial publishers is here.

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