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UNCORRECTED TRANSCRIPT OF ORAL EVIDENCE UNCORRECTED TRANSCRIPT OF ORAL EVIDENCE To be published as HC 1086-i HOUSE OF COMMONS ORAL EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE BUSINESS, INNOVATION AND SKILLS COMMITTEE OPEN ACCESS TUESDAY 16 APRIL 2013 DR AUDREY MCCULLOCH, PROFESSOR CHRIS WICKHAM, DR CAMERON NEYLON AND DR ALICIA WISE PROFESSOR STEVAN HARNAD, DAVID SWEENEY, PROFESSOR DOUGLAS KELL AND DR ALMA SWAN DR MARTIN PAUL EVE, PROFESSOR ANDREW MASSEY, PROFESSOR IAN WALMSLEY AND PROFESSOR SIR IAN DIAMOND Evidence heard in Public Questions 1 - 110 USE OF THE TRANSCRIPT 1. This is an uncorrected transcript of evidence taken in public and reported to the House. The transcript has been placed on the internet on the authority of the Committee, and copies have been made available by the Vote Office for the use of Members and others. 2. Any public use of, or reference to, the contents should make clear that neither witnesses nor Members have had the opportunity to correct the record. The transcript is not yet an approved formal record of these proceedings. 3. Members who receive this for the purpose of correcting questions addressed by them to witnesses are asked to send corrections to the Committee Assistant. 4. Prospective witnesses may receive this in preparation for any written or oral evidence they may in due course give to the Committee. 1 Oral Evidence Taken before the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee on Tuesday 16 April 2013 Members present: Mr Adrian Bailey (Chair) Mr Brian Binley Paul Blomfield Mike Crockart Rebecca Harris Ann McKechin Mr Robin Walker Nadhim Zahawi ________________ Examination of Witnesses Witnesses: Dr Audrey McCulloch, Chief Executive, Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers, Professor Chris Wickham, Vice-President and Publications Secretary, the British Academy, Dr Cameron Neylon, Advocacy Director, Public Library

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