Editors' Picks


FSCI: intercambiando experiencias locales en una comunidad global

Posted by Irene Ramos | Sep 13th 2019 | Comment

A principios de agosto tuve la oportunidad de participar en el FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute, en la Universidad de California, Los Ángeles, gracias a una beca de matrícula y transporte.


At FSCI 2019, a focus on building scholarly communication in inclusive ways

Posted by Julian Gautier | Sep 11th 2019 | Comment

A major theme of this year’s FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute was a call to recognize the outsized influence some groups of people have over the development of scholarly communication tool


FSCI: Uniquely hands-on work beyond academic silos

Posted by Nina Exner | Sep 9th 2019 | Comment

I loved FSCI because it is the one Institute I know that brings everyone together to learn


First keynotes announced for #FORCE2019

Posted by Jennifer McLennan | Jun 5th 2019 | Comment

The program committee for the #FORCE2019 meeting in Edinburgh is pleased to announce the first two keynote speakers for the October event:


Dive deep in Open Waters: Understand the latest trends in Open Science, Open Scholarship, and Open Data at FSCI2019

Posted by Daniel O'Donnell | Apr 26th 2019 | Comment

FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute at UCLA (August 5-9, 2019)


Towards Software Non-Creator-Instigated Identification (NCI) and Citation

Author: Daniel S. Katz, | Publication Date: Mar 5, 2019, Author: Daina Bouquin | Publication Date: Mar 5, 2019, Author: Neil Chue Hong | Publication Date: Mar 5, 2019

Posted by Daniel S. Katz | Mar 5th 2019 | Comment


University of Edinburgh announced as host for the FORCE11 2019 conference on research communication in the digital age

Posted by Jennifer McLennan | Feb 11th 2019 | Comment

(February 11, 2019) FORCE11 and the University of Edinburgh are pleased to announce that Edinburgh, Scotland and the historic Murrayfield Rugby Stadium will be host to the FORCE2019 annual meeting,


RRIDs, a product of FORCE11 seem to improve the scientific literature

Posted by Anita Bandrowski | Jan 29th 2019 | Comment

Research Resource Identifiers (RRIDs) are short, alphanumeric tags for antibodies, model organisms, cell lines, and tools (such as software and databases) that are typically used in the methods sec