10 Jan

The NIH came ultimately back by having a compromise engineered by David Lipman, the agency’s computer guru.

Writers had been asked to submit their documents up to a brand new database called PubMed Central within 6 months of book. The journals, perhaps maybe not the writers, would retain copyright. Together with biggest compromise: Participation had been voluntary. The hope, Eisen claims, ended up being that the “good dudes” (the clinical societies) would […]