Featuring the latest tool from Trials Tracker, record profits for Elsevier in 2017 and an introduction to the Open Science Training Handbook.
Does good research require a little rule-breaking? What is in the Delhi Declaration on Open Access? And Sweden’s bold stance on licensing for data sets.
Featuring the natural selection of bad science, a new lease of life for the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment, and the growing number of countries standing up to Elsevier.
Featuring PLOS Biology’s vow to publish ‘scooped’ research, a new tool to calculate reproducibility and a study suggesting that academics are more likely than industry scientists to report research misconduct.