Open Access panel at Lindau

When I go to the Lindau Nobel meeting in Germany in a few weeks, I will not only report from there as a blogger. I was also asked to participate on a panel about Open Access publishing:

"Beatrice Lugger, German science journalist (and founder of Scienceblogs Germany), will moderate this panel. The panelists are: Nobel Laureates Aaron Ciechanover and Sir Harold Kroto, Bora Zivkovic of PLoS, and Dr Jason Wilde, publisher for the physical sciences at Nature Publishing Group."

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