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Harvard joins Open Access publishing movement

Leading Ivy League university declares its findings will be available online for no fee.

From now on, all research published by Harvard Arts and Sciences faculty will be available without a fee and with broad terms of use. It's a controversial decision, since it threatens the exclusive cachet of expensive peer-reviewed journals, and not all researchers are keen on granting complete freedom to cite their hard-earned insights.

Read the full story at Ars Technica: "Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences goes Open Access"