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Taylor & Francis has introduced an ‘iOpenAccess’ option for authors publishing in 175 journals from T&F’s chemistry, mathematics and physics portfolios, one behavioural science journal from Psychology Press, and medical and bioscience journals from Informa Healthcare.

From October 2006, all authors whose manuscripts are accepted for publication in one of the iOpenAccess journals will have the option to make their articles freely available to all via the journal’s website for a one-off fee of $3,100.

Authors will be asked to grant a publishing licence or assign copyright in the normal way. Selection of the iOpenAccess option and payment of the appropriate fee will then allow the article to be made available to all under a creative commons licence. Under this licence, tagging and cross-referencing of articles within repositories will be allowed so that they relate back to the original research grants and programmes.