Open access publishing comes at a price, and a group of British charities are offering to pay.
Most of the guys wanted Samantha Terry, as I had expected from the start. Initially I was intrigued to hear them vocalize it in a really roundabout way, through games of truth-or-dare and other recess excuses for gossip and disclosure, although...
The latest controversy over a stem cell study reignites debate over the process of publishing breakthrough research.
As the UK makes more journals freely available to library users, a couple of US researchers have a more modern approach to sharing data.
Be careful what you read online.
A month ago, at the push of a button and as a diamond jubilee gift to the world, Queen Elizabeth II put her great-great-grandmother’s complete journals online. Like WikiLeak’s Cablegate page, Queen Victoria’s Journals combines Web 1.0 aesthetics with a...