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Sunday, September 11, 2005

Open Access News of interest this week

Several stories from Open Access News that may be of interest this week:

PubChem now contains structures from LipidMAPs, a total of over 4.2 million structures and 3.2 million compounds.

The U.K. Green Party endorses mandated Open Access

Quick Thinking, OA, and Google save a life - from google blog.

4 comments:

  1. The Google Blog is kind of funny. Score one for Open Access!!

    ELMO

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