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ir submissions and publication, along with the USA, the UK and Canada. German scientists have been quick to adopt the open access model. When asked why he had published his paper with BioMed Central, Max Planck researcher Konrad Bssow said, "because I think that free access to results of public research is important."

Like all BioMed Central members, the Max Planck Society has a membership page on BioMed Central. Take a look at: http://www.biomedcentral.com/inst/26950

About the Max Planck Society (http://www.mpg.de/)
Established in 1948, The Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences is an independent, non-profit organisation. Max Planck has over 80 research facilities, the majority of which are in Germany, and employs over 3000 scientists. The research institutes focus on those areas of the natural sciences, life sciences, social sciences, and the humanities where developments are in the interest of the general public. The Society is particularly active in new and innovative research areas that are outside the scope of German universities. Max Planck has produced 15 Nobel laureates since its inception.

About BioMed Central's Institutional Membership Program
BioMed Central's Institutional Membership Program was launched in January 2002 and now has well over 130 members, including some of the world's most prestigious academic institutions. NHS England, Harvard, Yale, the ten campuses of the University of California, Institut Pasteur, CNRS and the World Health Organization are all BioMed Central Institutional Members.

BioMed Central's Membership Program enables institutions to ensure the widest possible distribution of their peer-reviewed research articles. Article processing charges, levied for publishing in one of BioMed Central's 90 peer-reviewed journals,
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12-May-2003


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