Editors' Picks

NIDA supports SciCrunch and RRIDs in making research resources visible in science

Posted by Anita Bandrowski | Mar 7th 2016 | Comment

The following email blast was sent by NIDA (3/4/2016) to current and former grantees, encompassing much of the neuroscience scientific community in the US.

Why data citation is a computational problem

Posted Mar 3rd 2016 | Comment

Why data citation is a computational problem

The Future of "Open Science" and How to Stop it.

Posted by Stephanie Hagstrom | Feb 3rd 2016 | Comment


May the FORCE11 be with the research parasites

Posted by Melissa Haendel | Jan 30th 2016 | 3 Comments

As the chair of rapidly approaching Force16, it is time to reflect, examine the tea leaves and ponder the future.

New bonds: FORCE11 and the Digital Library Federation

Posted by Melissa Haendel | Dec 15th 2015 | 1 Comment

The Digital Library Federation (DLF) and FORCE11 have partnered on supporting Cross-Pollinator travel awards with the goal of bringing scholars, scientists, software engineers, librarians, and huma

Cloud computing; Threat or Menace?

Posted by Stephanie Hagstrom | Nov 10th 2015 | Comment

Back in May The Economist hosted a debate on cloud computing: 

The Future is a Happy Place

Posted by Maryann Martone | Oct 8th 2015 | Comment

Last July, I attended the very rewarding Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshop on Open Science and e-Science in Psychology and the

Achieving human and machine accessibility of cited data in scholarly publications

Posted by Stephanie Hagstrom | Sep 25th 2015 | Comment

Data Citation Implementation Group publishes in PeerJ