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Open access has gained tremendous support from both authors, who appreciate the increased visibility of their work, as well as science institutions and funders, who value the societal impact of freely available research results.
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Open access publications are freely available online to anyone. This maximizes visibility, and thus the uptake and use of the work published.
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A streamlined and easy to use online submission and production process enables quick review, approval and publication.
Publishing online means unlimited space for supplementary Science including figures, extensive data and video footage.
Open access publications can comply with open access mandates from funding sources or academic institutions in the fastest and easiest way. Final articles can be deposited into bibliographic databases and institutional repositories without any embargo periods.
Open access journals are tracked for impact factors and are deposited into bibliographic databases and institutional repositories without any embargo period just as traditional journals.