Spanish Congress passes the Law on Science, Technology and Innovation with Open Access Mandate

The Plenary of the House of Representatives has finally adopted the Law on Science, Technology and Innovation by 289 votes in favor, 3 against and no abstentions, including the mandate to deposit the research results funded by the General State Administration in an open access repository. While remaining to see how this Law  still  concrete in the relevant Ministerial Order, this is excellent news that everyone in the open access community in Spain were waiting for.

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