Species data to go online in open access initiative

SciDev.Net: Research on new species from biodiversity hotspots in the developing world, published in a range of journals, may soon become freely available online as soon as they are published, thanks to a project launched last week. The project is a joint initiative between Pensoft Publishers in Bulgaria, and the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) -- a free and collaborative website that aims to document every living species on the planet. Pensoft has developed software that extracts information about individual......

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