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Books, like journals, reach far more people when they are published open access.
Patrick Vallance to take over from interim government adviser Chris Whitty from March next year.
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UK leads drive towards more open way of sharing science, says Jo Johnson
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Low salaries, excessive bureaucracy and poorly defined research policies add to region’s woes.
Stanford professor says $15 million lawsuit victory will not engender sympathy for publishing giant
His experiences on a panel reviewing Canadian grant allocation has convinced Jonathan Grant that the evidence base for current practice needs serious reinforcement.
Jeffrey Beall says he faced 'intense pressure' from the University of Colorado Denver and feared losing his job