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The Royal Society of Chemistry Goes All In on OA

The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is planning to make all 44 of its fully owned journals OA within 5 years. It will be the first chemistry publisher to do so. RSC cites its “commitment to Inclusion and Diversity [by] partnering with institutions around the world to develop new Open Access models that work for them, and that do not rely solely on authors paying processing or publication charges.”

RSC’s “goal is for the majority of its global author community to be covered by institutional or funder level deals. This will only be possible with the involvement and collaboration of its international partners, including institutions, corporations and funders. [RSC] is making the commitment to engage with these partners and communities to evolve the open access landscape towards a model where the author does not pay article processing charges.”

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