Editors' Picks

Just Published - Basic Guidelines for Accesssible Data Citations

Posted by Tim Clark | May 28th 2015 | 1 Comment

We are excited that our paper, Achieving Human and Machine Accessibility of Cited Data in Scholarly Publications, has just been published and we are honored that it is ARTICLE #1 in the newly-launc

Changing the scientific value system, one CV at a time

Posted by Melissa Haendel | Mar 2nd 2015 | 2 Comments

Some of you may have heard of the new biosketch format at NIH, that will be eventually implemented as part of a pan-US funding agency biosketch system, ScienCV.

Are we ready to define the scholarly commons?: Thoughts on FORCE2015

Posted by Maryann Martone | Jan 17th 2015 | Comment

Just back from FORCE2015 in Oxford.  Note to self:  never organize a conference right after the holidays!  Many thanks to all of the people who worked so hard to make it happen;  it was a great con


Posted Jan 7th 2015 | Comment

FORCE2015 Conference Live Streaming Video Instructions

NIH BD2K Initiative Research Education - Deadline 03/17/2015

Posted Jan 5th 2015 | Comment

The NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) program is pleased to announce two new Funding Opportunities have been released for FY15 funding.   Please share with interested colleagues.

NIH BD2K Software Discovery Index Report

Posted Oct 7th 2014

The National Institutes of Health (NIH), through the Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative, held a workshop in May of 2014 to explore challenges facing the biomedical research community in locating...

10 Simple Rules for the Care and Feeding of Scientific Data

Posted Jan 13th 2014 | Comment

This article offers a short guide to the steps scientists can take to ensure that their data and associated analyses continue to be of value and to be recognized. In just the past few years, hundreds...

What will future publications be like?

Posted by Andreas Degkwitz | Oct 27th 2013 | 1 Comment

The development of digital publications is making headway due to increasing data-intensive research activities and may also be noticed in subject areas like the humanities where this empirical...