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Is this paper Open Access?

Posted by | Aug 24th 2012 | 1 Comment

Peter Murray-Rust's blog Like the environmental "green" label, not all open access is truly open access.

Mendeley’s Open API Approach Is On Course To Disrupt Academic Publishing

Posted by Maryann Martone | Aug 23rd 2012 | Comment

Author:  Mike Butcher Magazine: Tech Crunch 2012  

FORCE11 member Ed Hovy moving to Pittsburgh

Posted by Maryann Martone | Aug 18th 2012 | Comment

Congratulations to FORCE11 member Dr. Ed Hovy, who is en route to Pittsburgh to join the Language Technologies Institute, School of Computer Science  Carnegie Mellon University. 

Deadline for session suggestions for Science Online London: Monday August 27th!

Posted by Maryann Martone | Aug 15th 2012 | Comment

From Lou Woodley: We’re putting together the programme for this year’s Science Online London event and we’d like to have your input!   What kind of sessions are you looking for?   Much of the...

Whither Science Publishing?

Posted by Maryann Martone | Aug 14th 2012 | 1 Comment

The Shiny Digital Future

Posted by Maryann Martone | Aug 13th 2012 | Comment

Authors: Mike Taylor Matt Wedel Darren Naish A collection of blogs on open access from the Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week #AcademicSpring webiste.  Many more entertaining blogs on dinosaurs...

How Academic Biologists and Physicists View Science Outreach

Posted by Maryann Martone | Aug 13th 2012 | Comment

Author: Ecklund, Elaine Howard James, Sarah A Lincoln, Anne E Scholars and pundits alike argue that U.S. scientists could do more to reach out to the general public. Yet, to date, there have been few...

Publishing in the 21st century: Minimal (really) data standards

Posted by Maryann Martone | Aug 10th 2012 | 1 Comment

The following were a set of recommendations that arose from a workshop held at NIH in August 2010 as part of the Link Animal Models to Human Disease (LAMHDI), a database of animal models that allows...