Unattractive People Are Seen As Better Scientists

28.05.2017

The Crowd and the Cloud

22.05.2017

Five Reasons Blog Posts Are of Higher Scientific Quality Than Journal Articles

15.04.2017

What Are the Barriers to Post-Publication Peer Review?

12.04.2017

Citations Are Not Enough

09.04.2017

Protocols.io Tools for PLOS Authors: Reproducibility and Recognition

06.04.2017

Important, Widely Used and Well-Reported Datasets

04.04.2017

Following the Success of the Learning Technologist, Is It Time for a Research Equivalent?

03.04.2017

Where Science and Policy Collide: Funding Academic Research

01.04.2017

Killing Science and Culture Doesn't Make the Nation Stronger

28.03.2017

Defining Open Science Definitions

27.03.2017

How Scarce Funding Shapes Young Scientists

22.03.2017

Every Attempt to Manage Academia Makes It Worse

20.03.2017

Google Scholar Is a Serious Alternative to Web of Science

16.03.2017

The Ethics of Citation

13.03.2017

Illegal File Hosting Site, ResearchGate, Acquires Massive Financial Investment

01.03.2017

A Year of Price Bargaining, Preprints, and a Pirate

07.02.2017

Five Minutes With John Holmwood and Martin Eve

24.01.2017

Why I Still Won’t Review For or Publish With Elsevier–And Think You Shouldn’t Either

14.12.2016

Academic labour markets in Europe vary widely in openness and job security

21.11.2016

Preprints Are Go at Crossref

03.11.2016

Open in Action

27.10.2016

Is your spreadsheet program altering your data?

19.09.2016

Why scientific criticism sometimes needs to hurt

18.09.2016

New Proposals to Solve the Ongoing Reproducibility Crisis

17.09.2016

Pride and Prejudice and journal citation distributions

12.09.2016

Elsevier's Ridiculous Patent on Online Peer Review

11.09.2016

The Uberification of the University

29.08.2016

Science Without Open Data Isn't Science

17.08.2016

Interview with Richard Morey: radical transparency, evidence, and skepticism.

17.08.2016
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