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Crossref at 20 years: what do the community need?
Rachael Lammey
Science Editing. 2020;7(2):125-129.   Published online 2020 August 20    DOI:

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Crossref at 20 years: what do the community need?
Science Editing. 2020;7(2):125-129   Crossref logo
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What do Children Need?
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What competences do today's publishers need?
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