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K-State Hazardous Substance Research Center Establishes on-Line Journal Designed To Reduce Subscription Sticker Shock

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February 3, 2000
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Kansas State University
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Researchers at the Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Hazardous Substance Center — a 14-institution consortium headquartered at Kansas State University and established to conduct research pertaining to hazardous substances produced through agriculture, mining, mineral processing and other activities — have begun a web-based, peer-reviewed scientific journal for professionals to publish research findings.

MANHATTAN — As Kansas State University and other research institutions scramble to offset inflation problems complicated by the rising cost of scholarly journal subscriptions — a plight that has forced research libraries such as Hale Library to cut journal subscriptions and reduce budgets for such subscriptions — researchers at K-State may have developed an approach designed to lessen the sticker shock of journal subscriptions.


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Kansas State University. (2000, February 3). K-State Hazardous Substance Research Center Establishes on-Line Journal Designed To Reduce Subscription Sticker Shock. ScienceDaily. Retrieved April 24, 2014 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2000/02/000201152745.htm
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