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 | 1 May 2012


April deluge

Last month, the
wettest April in the UK since records began, there was also a deluge of
articles in the popular press about open access.

This is a
round-up of some of the articles (and perhaps notable by their absence are any articles
that are behind a paywall!). 

Times Higher
28 April 2012
26 April 2012
25 April 2012
24 April 2012 

Scientific American
24 April 2012
24 April 2012
20 April 2012 

Times Higher Education
19 April 2012 

In an open email the council announced to the academic
staff at the university that it can no longer afford to maintain its current
level of journal subscriptions
Harvard University
17 April 2012 

Intellectual Property Watch
16 April 2012
16 April 2012
14 April 2012
13 April 2012
12 April 2012
10 April
10 April 2012
10 April 2012

10 April 2012 

BBC Radio 4 Today Programme

10 April

9 April 2012

Many of these we
tweeted as they happened on
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