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How the Academic Publishing Oligopoly Skews Debates on the Cost of Publishing

06.03.2020

The COVID-19 Outbreak Highlights Serious Deficiencies in Scholarly Communication

06.03.2020

The Busy Lives of Academics Have Hidden Costs - and Universities Must Take Better Care of Their Faculty Members

06.03.2020

The Simplest of Models for Open Access to Research Proves Itself: Welcome to Subscribe-to-Open

06.03.2020

Underrepresented Faculty Members Share the Real Reasons They Have Left Various Academic Institutions

06.03.2020

The Ultimate Open Access Timeline

05.03.2020

Anticipating Coronavirus in West Africa

05.03.2020

Coronavirus Is What You Get When You Ignore Science

05.03.2020

Of Mythical Beasts and Zero-Embargo Mandates | Advancing Discovery | Springer Nature

03.03.2020

How Academic Science Gave Its Soul to the Publishing Industry

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In Praise of Replication Studies and Null Results

27.02.2020

'A Completely New Culture of Doing Research.' Coronavirus Outbreak Changes How Scientists Communicate

27.02.2020

Women of Color in Academia Often Work Harder for Less Respect | Nadia Owusu

27.02.2020

Invest 5% of Research Funds in Ensuring Data Are Reusable

26.02.2020

Open Humanities: Why Open Science in the Humanities is Not Enough

26.02.2020

What Coronavirus Teaches Us for Preventing the Next Big Bio Threat

25.02.2020

How to Report on the COVID-19 Outbreak Responsibly

24.02.2020

Read-and-Publish Open Access Deals Are Heightening Global Inequalities in Access to Publication

21.02.2020

Stop Making Graduate Students Pay Up Front for Conferences

20.02.2020

'Eugenics is Possible' is Not the Same As 'eugenics is Good'

19.02.2020

We're Reading the Coronavirus Numbers Wrong

19.02.2020

Plan S Does the Wrong Things to the Wrong People

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18.02.2020

Your DNA is a Valuable Asset, So Why Give It to Ancestry Websites for Free? | Laura Spinney

18.02.2020

Academic Publishing Must Better Serve Science and Society

Humanities Scholars Warn over UKRI's Plan for Open-access Books

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17.02.2020

The Research Literature Looks Too Good to Be True

17.02.2020

Market Economics Has Driven Universities into Crisis - and We're All Paying the Price

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