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  • **FILE** People walk on the campus at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, on Feb. 13, 2012. (Associated Press)

    Scientists protest cost of research journals

    Call it the white-coat revolution. But instead of a Tunisian man burning himself about his vegetable cart, it's research scientists protesting the high cost of the Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation journal.

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  • But the firm's backtrack on the RWA isn't enough for professors such as Michigan State University's David Solomon, who says his institution is at the financial mercy of companies like Elsevier.

    Scientists protest cost of research journals →

  • "Increases in journal subscription costs over the years is what this boycott is really about. It is decimating our research libraries," said Mr. Solomon, an honored professor of medicine. "Libraries have no choice but to pay the subscription prices for these journals. In some cases, our library needs specific journals for our graduate programs to stay accredited. Publishers know that, and often take advantage."

    Scientists protest cost of research journals →

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