Alchemists needed, to transform bronze to gold!
Keywords:Bronze OA, Gold OA, Professional societies, Open access
Much Bronze OA is of little interest from an OA point of view, but there is a subset of Bronze that has potential to be converted to Diamond OA. This is the kind of Bronze where the lack of a formal OA status is not due to economic considerations, but lack of resources and/or competence.
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