A Video Celebrating 10 Years of PubMedCentral

This is a nice video celebrating 10 years of PubMedCentral, an American repository of academic papers which is freely available to the global public. PMC was established over 11 years ago (the video was published last year). What is really interesting is that the idea for PMC was adapted from the work of a pioneering Physics community. This illustrates how strongly the underlying principles of science form firm foundations which unite disparate scientific communities. There was a UK PubMedCentral which has now been expanded into Europe PubMedCentral.

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