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Welcome to the Corporate Relations section of Elsevier Connect. We created this space to post the more pertinent company announcements, policy updates, and other content we hope provides a window into our positions, perspectives and what we find interesting about scholarly publishing. Think of it as a place to go into more depth than our Twitter feeds, but not quite a corporate blog — just a place for things our Corporate Relations team thinks will give you more insight into the business.
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Open access – the systems journey
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The renowned physician and researcher discussed neurogenetics and the bridge between clinical medicine and basic research in Distinguished Lectureship SeriesOpen access at Elsevier – 2013 in retrospect and a look at 2014
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