A group of scientific publishers created a project called the Clearinghouse for the Open Research of the United States in response to a White House directive to make taxpayer-funded research papers available to the public at no cost. Although details on how the group will carry out the directive are limited, pilot projects such as FundRef and database concepts are being tested to comply with the open-access mandate.
Scientific publishers work to comply with open-access mandate
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