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Professional Engineering Publishing launches Engineering Open Choice Mark Lord 27 Jul 2007 12:58 UTC

Professional Engineering Publishing launches Engineering Open Choice

Professional Engineering Publishing, publishers to the Institution of
Mechanical Engineers, have launched a new open access service for the
engineering community called Engineering Open Choice.

Engineering Open Choice gives authors the option of having their
published research made available free to anyone throughout the world,
on an open access basis.  The service is available to authors of all
papers accepted for publication, upon payment of a standard fee.
Engineering Open Choice is designed to satisfy the needs of the
community - authors, funding bodies, readers - who want research
material to be made available on an open access basis.

Engineering Open Choice will be available in all Journals published by
Professional Engineering Publishing, most notably the Proceedings of the
Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

For more information contact the Professional Engineering Publishing
Marketing Department at: Tel +44 (0) 20 7304 6903; Email:


Mark Lord
Marketing and Development Manager
Professional Engineering Publishing
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London SW1H 9JJ
Tel:  +44 (0) 20 7304 6903
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7304 6926
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