Open Access in the developing world – Interview

December 15, 2003

It is often claimed that Open Access offers new opportunities to bring important scientific and biomedical information to researchers and physicians in the developing world. The Internet provides a way to bridge the divide between researchers in the developing and the developed world and enhance the bi-directional sharing of scientific information. Open Access Now talked to Indian information scientist Subbiah Arunachalam about the impact of Open Access on researchers in India.


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