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Open Science in Switzerland: Opportunities and Challenges

Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences; Pfister Roger; Lauer Gerhard; Agosti Donat; Appenzeller Claudia; Girardclos Stéphanie; Hürlimann Daniel; Immenhauser Beat; Kasparian Jérôme; Lebrand Cécile; Schneider Gabi; Yilmaz Aysim


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