Nyerhovwo J. Tonukari
Editor, African Journal of Biotechnology
Scientific inquiry thrives only in a society that fosters the free flow of ideas and information. The power of online (internet) publication in democratizing science and incorporating scientists from developing countries into the scientific community is profound. The desired and obvious properties of scientific publishing such as accessibility, economy, quality, innovation, and retrieval can be more readily achieved with electronic methods. Online publication is much cheaper and faster, and that is major reason Africa should embrace the open access model for research communication. An open access African journal (the African Journal of Biotechnology) is evaluated.
Key words: Open access, African Journal of Biotechnology, research communications.
|APA||Tonukari, N.J. (2004). Research communications in the 21st century. African Journal of Biotechnology , 3(2), 123-126.|
|Chicago||Nyerhovwo J. Tonukari. "Research communications in the 21st century." African Journal of Biotechnology 3, no. 2 (2004): 123-126.|
|MLA||Nyerhovwo J. Tonukari. "Research communications in the 21st century." African Journal of Biotechnology 3.2 (2004): 123-126.|