Featuring the latest falling out between publishers and universities, a discussion of the place of preprints in the publishing landscape, and what pending EU copyright legislation could mean for open science.
Featuring a new addition to the network of institutions sharing neuroscience data, the obstacles to data sharing, and the use of QR codes for preprints.
Featuring the new vigilante fighting predatory publishers, the use of blockchain technology for research, and an open access toolkit for institutions.
Looking at the importance of an optimistic narrative for science, what’s new in peer review, and how much value is really added by journals.
Featuring the plans of UK research funders to review their open access policies, indications that the EU is set to miss its open access target, blockchain technologies for peer review, and a new preprints highlighting service.
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.