Open Access funding from JISC

<p>Further and higher education body JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee) has awarded &#163;84,500 to three science journals in the third and final round of funding under its Open Access programme. The award is intended as "seed money" to help the titles explore open access delivery, with the results of the scheme to be formally evaluated in 2006.

The recipient titles are New Journal of Physics (published by the Institute of Physics Publishing), the International Union of Crystallography (ICUr), and Journal of Medical Genetics (BMJ Publishing Group); all three had won funding under th...

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