In Article <355B18F6.A60 at bbsrc.ac.uk>, Jackie Potts
<jacqueline.potts at bbsrc.ac.uk> wrote:
>>> >It is true that specific results of experiments have already been
>> >published in scientific journals together with summary data
>>>> So why not publish it openly on your web site to provide publicity and
>> to help those who might wish to consider your work. For example farmers,
>> who are ostensibly the target for much of the work you do, have
>> effectively no access to your published results.
>>Unfortunately, we can't publish the papers on our web site because when
>a paper is published in a journal the copyright belongs to the journal
>and not to us.
They would probably give permission, if you ask. Have you even tried?
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