“It’s immoral and unsustainable.” editorial team of Urnal Neuroimaging, the most prestigious open-access journal in the field of brain imaging and edited by the giant Elsevier, has completely resigned over what they claim is abuse of the prices the journal charges for publishing scientific articles. Editors – a group of 42 men and women from universities around the world who also worked for the magazine. NeuroImage: reports– Explain In an open letter that they tried to convince the magazine to lower their prices, but he didn’t want to. Rejections lead to resignations and revenge: Scientists announce new journal Imagine neuroscienceso that he has to compete Neuroimaging and will eventually become a benchmark in the sector.
Source: El Diario