Prof Who Lost Emeritus Status for Views on Race and Intelligence Has Paper Flagged
Richard Lynn A former emeritus professor who has been called "one of the most unapologetic and raw 'scientific' racists operating today" has had one of his papers subjected to an expression of concern.
Readers Beware! Predatory Journals Are Infiltrating Citation Databases
Publications in predatory journals have already infiltrated citation databases such as PubMed and Scopus. Researchers, academic institutions, journals, publishers and research funders will need additional strategies to prevent the further spread of predatory publications.
Medical Journal Editors Expect Authors to Disclose Conflicts of Interest - but Don't Disclose Their Own
Virtually all top medical journals require authors to disclose potential conflicts of interest, but few - just 12% - apply that same medicine to their own editors by publicly disclosing editors’ financial ties to industry, a study has found.
Implementing a Data Policy: a How-to Guide for Publishers - OASPA
OASPA is pleased to publish this guest post on the subject of open data and data sharing, providing helpful practical advice drawn from a wealth of resources, to enable publishers and editors to play a key role in the important movement to make data accessible.