For a free circulation of scientific knowledge

OATAO (Open Archive Toulouse Archive Open) is a mutual institutional open repository runned by 3 higher education institutions in Toulouse, specialized in engineering and agro-biosciences. Coverage includes articles, book chapters, reports, conference papers, etc.

In this short film, Prof. Denis CORPET, explains why Open Access is so important for him: he would like that "everyone, everywhere in the world," could read papers published in valuable journals about research on human nutrition and food hygiene, for free, which the traditional model of publishing does not currently allow.

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