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Managing overflow in science publishing
Sabina Siebert
,
Robert Insall
, and
Laura M. Machesky

commercial publishers has been unexpectedly large and has led to criticism about ‘double dipping’ by journals that charge authors for open access to their publications, then charge libraries for subscriptions. Although many fully open-access journals, including PLOS Biology and eLife, have gained prestige, the attempts to break the commercial stranglehold of the big brands have so far failed – at least according to one editor: The main interest for me would be all the open access movement, all of the Wellcome Trust and Howard Hughes funding, eLife, and trying to break the

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