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Crick centre explains its policies on open access

Image: Giles Turnbull [CC BY 2.0], via Flickr

The UK’s largest multidisciplinary biomedical research centre, the Francis Crick Institute in London, has published details of its open-access and data-management policies.

A statement on the institution’s website on 28 October said that the policies, already in effect, “reflect a commitment to ensure that the institute’s experimental data are transparent, reproducible and openly available”.

The policies apply to “all data generated at the Francis Crick Institute and research collaborations”. Research data generated by the institute should be made available to researchers and other users with as few restrictions as possible, the data management policy document said.

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