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Traditionally, contributors to scientific journals are not paid. Their rewards are limited to the opportunity to share their findings and to whatever academic kudos may follow. Similarly, the essential contributions of peer reviewers are also not remunerated. In effect, journal publishers bear the costs of the peer review process and, of course, …