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F1000 is reducing the open access publishing charges for all articles containing an interactive Plotly figure by 50%.
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Journal publishing can no longer keep up with the pace of scientific research.
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Knowing the world may require giving up on understanding it.
Advances in science and public health policy have saved over 107 million lives in 25 years.
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