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What Do You Think?

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What others have said:

Mike Eisen
Assistant Professor, Molecular and Cell Biology

"The interests of virtually everybody involved in the creation and dissemination of scientific knowledge are best served by a system in which the end products of scientific research — the papers that scientists write and publish — are effectively in the public domain."

Bruce Alberts
Former President, National Academy of Sciences and Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, UCSF

"Maximizing the effectiveness of science requires doing everything possible to maximize the free exchange of knowledge and the random collisions of ideas."

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