If We Choose to Align Open Access to Research with Geo-political Borders We Negate the Moral Value of Open Access

13.11.2019

New Funds Needed to Cover Open-access Costs

11.11.2019

Tenured and Tenure-track Faculty Must Combat an Incremental Erosion of Faculty Governance

10.11.2019

Peer Review: New Initiatives to Enhance the Value of eLife's Process

07.11.2019

Self-plagiarism: When is Re-purposing Text Ethically Justifiable?

06.11.2019

Why Scientists Should Take More Coffee Breaks

06.11.2019

How to Build a Community of Data Champions: Six Steps to Success.

04.11.2019

Steering Towards Sustainability

01.11.2019

Ten Key Prerequisites to Securely Fund Open Infrastructure Today and Tomorrow - SPARC Europe

01.11.2019

Equal Parental Leave Can Close The Gender Pay Gap, Researchers Say

01.11.2019

What Do Researchers Want from Publishers?

31.10.2019

The Industrialization of Scientific Research

30.10.2019

What Hypocrisy, I Think Guiltily, As I Jet off to Academic Conferences Far and Wide

29.10.2019

"Flipping" to (more) Open when You're Already Open

28.10.2019

Building Trust to Break Down Barriers

25.10.2019

Ask The Chefs: Beyond the APC

25.10.2019

The Future of Open Access Business Models: APCs Are Not the Only Way

24.10.2019

What’s Lost When Research Is Driven Primarily by Funding

23.10.2019

More Inclusive Science Journalism Is Better Science Journalism

23.10.2019

The Metaphorical Power of NASA's First All-women Spacewalk

21.10.2019

Funders and Journals, Not Students, Should Lead on Standards for Research Rigour

17.10.2019

Scholarship Has Bigger Fish to Fry Than Access

16.10.2019

The Evaluative Inquiry: a New Approach to Research Evaluation

14.10.2019

Post-empirical Science is an Oxymoron, and It is Dangerous - Jim Baggott | Aeon Essays

09.10.2019

Highlight Negative Results to Improve Science

07.10.2019

Why Scholarly Societies Are Vitally Important to the Academic Ecosystem

06.10.2019

What History Can Tell Us About the Future of Scholarly Society Journals

04.10.2019

Student Teaching Evaluations Are Effective, but Not in the Way You Think

04.10.2019

The Negative Consequences of the Pipeline Metaphor for STEM Fields (opinion)

03.10.2019

Research on Research is Needed Now More Than Ever

30.09.2019
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