Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) becomes BioMed Central member

Martin Fenner
August 20, 2007 0 min read

BioMed Central today announced ( that the Howard Hughes Medical Institute ( will become a BioMed Central member (read the HHMI announcement here ( HHMI will pay all article processing charges for HHMI investigators in BioMed Central journals starting September 1.

This announcement comes two months after HHMI started to require ( that all HHMI-supported research has to become publicly available 6 months after publication and at a time when Yale University drops ( their BioMed Central membership.

In March ( HHMI announced that all research published in Elsevier journals will be publicly available 6 months after publication, again starting September 1.

Congratulations HHMI.

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