This week I received a brochure concerning "Protection de la
creation scientifique et technique et vulnerabilite de l'information"
published by the Ministere de l'enseignement superieur et de la
recherche. As the title says, the brochure offers some advice to CNRS
researchers on how they can protect their intellectual property rights.
One remark is especially pertinent to Psycoloquy: Prospective authors
are admonished NOT to publish their results electronically before
having a print version of their manuscript, because it would be
impossible to establish the date of publication unequivocally with
electronic publishing. I'm not sure whether this really is true, but
it might be worth looking into.
Best regards, Wim
Dr. Wim E. Crusio
Genetique, Neurogenetique et Comportement
CNRS URA 1294
45, rue des Saints-Peres
75270 Paris Cedex 06 Tel: (+) 33 1 4286 2206
France Fax: (+) 33 1 4286 2250
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