Researchers are calling for urgent reform in open access publishing as African scientists face the choice to either pay pricey fees out of pocket, or not publish at all.
Researchers from high-profile institutions are falling for these scams.
A growing number of scientists are deliberately concealing tracking data to protect their location.
She's a tech-savvy, open access champion who supporters say could help bring the nation’s largest and most important library into the digital age.
Time to get nerdy.
Open access publishing comes at a price, and a group of British charities are offering to pay.
"The public should certainly have a goddamn say in my work."
Kahle is an engineer-turned-digital librarian who founded the Internet Archive in 1996.
A crop of public domain maps for the public to peruse and lay over contemporary maps.
Journalist calls it like the 'WikiLeaks' of open access journals.