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On perversity in academic rewards
The goal is to deliver an open-source submission and peer-review platform
Congratulations to Irene Hames, the winner of Publons' inaugural Sentinel Award - for outstanding advocacy, innovation or contribution to scholarly peer review.
Here's a brief summary of some key takeaways from this year's Peer Review Congress, held every four years. A talk by the Swiss National Science Foundation was especially enjoyed.
Transparency in Review, and other innovations - Research in progress blog
What kind of peer review is developing to evaluate long-form digital scholarship? A view from AAUP press editors.
Words of Wisdom from Those Who Publish (and Do Not Perish).
These tips will help you maximize your productivity.
We-Sci: a collaborative research network for computational and traditional biologists.
Like many others in the scholarly community, we were very disappointed to learn about the recent acquisition by Elsevier of bepress, the provider of the popular Digital Commons repository platform.
A novel text-mining strategy that identifies articles producing biological data.
Transparency is back in vogue.
With Substance and Stencila, eLife is developing the technology required to publish computationally reproducible research articles online.
If you have a pressing need to read an academic paper that’s hiding behind a paywall, your quickest course of action may well be to use Sci-Hub.
A recent book guides Ph.D. students and postdocs through the process of preparing for a career outside academe.
Find out how Pure is giving the Research Council of Norway access to a global pool of experts for its wide variety of projects.
A story about reproducibility.
With science needing to always be reviewed to be sure it is correct, using Post-publication peer review is useful for scientific accuracy.
An overview of the type of research that has been published since launch of Wellcome Open Research.
Parallels in science denialism: Soviet Union led by Stalin and US government led by Trump.