Editors' Picks


Force 2016: Transforming Research One Re-tweet At a Time

Posted by Denisse Albornoz | Mar 9th 2016 | Comment

In the age of memes, GIFs and the internet of things, knowledge sharing has drastically changed.


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

http://www.slideshare.net/lesliechan/the-future-of-open-science-and-how-...


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