What Boris Johnson's Leadership Could Mean for Science

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A Call for Funders to Ban Institutions That Use Grant Capture Targets

26.07.2019

Guest Post: Plan S Version 2 and the Cost of Quality

24.07.2019

A Debate is Under Way About the Cost of Higher Education

22.07.2019

Why It's So Hard To Reform Peer Review

22.07.2019

Our Disabilities Have Made Us Better Scientists

22.07.2019

Why Can't Everyone Get A's?

17.07.2019

Nutrition Science Is Broken. This New Egg Study Shows Why.

17.07.2019

I Hate Open Science

15.07.2019

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: the Frustration of Diversity Efforts in STEM

15.07.2019

Farewell Authors, Hello Contributors

05.07.2019

Taking Pride in Our Researchers

05.07.2019

Universities Show Their True Colours in Court

03.07.2019

The Largest Obstacles to Open Access Are Unfamiliarity and Misunderstanding of Open Access Itself

01.07.2019

Do Authors Have Any Power Over Publishers?

26.06.2019

Universitärer Mittelbau: Ein Königreich für einen Lehrstuhl

26.06.2019

Had I Been Editor in Chief

26.06.2019

Rejected Article Tracking with the CrossRef API

24.06.2019

Binder with Zenodo

23.06.2019

Scientific Research Shouldn't Sit Behind a Paywall

23.06.2019

Unconscious Bias Training Isn't a Magic Wand

23.06.2019

Do the Best Academics Fly More?

23.06.2019

How Do Monographs Fit with the Open Access Agenda?

21.06.2019

What the History of Copyright in Academic Publishing Tells Us About Open Research

20.06.2019

"Destructo-Critics" and Mean Bloggers: The Study | Absolutely Maybe

19.06.2019

How I Learned to Teach Like a Scientist

19.06.2019

Better Metadata Could Help Save The World!

16.06.2019

The Rise of Junk Science

14.06.2019

European Scientists Must Defend European Values

We Don't Trust Course Evaluations, but Are Peer Observations of Teaching Much Better?

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