For the last 3-4 years of my PhD, I’ve been doing first-hand research on a group of extinct crocodile-ancestors (Crocodyliformes) called atoposaurids. I’ve published a couple of papers on these already as part of an ongoing study into their morphology, taxonomy and evolutionary relationshps. So I’m pleased to announce a monstrous new paper that looks… Read More »
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In the spirit of openness, here’s my application for the 2016 Mozilla Science Fellowship! The deadline for applications is July 15th, so it’s not too late to apply! Good luck to all other applicants too! 🙂 CV, cover letter. Describe to us how open science advances your research. (100 words) The core data for my… Read More »
This is a Press Release provided by F1000. Wellcome will launch an open research publishing platform this autumn to enable their grantees to rapidly publish all outputs from their research. Wellcome Open Research will use services developed by F1000Research to make research outputs available faster and in ways that support reproducibility and transparency. It will… Read More »
This was originally posted here. This interview presents the perspectives of an early-career researcher who conducts research, publishes papers, attends academic conferences as part of his PhD, travels to different parts of the world to help educate researchers about open research and science policy, blogs actively, serves as a peer reviewer, and makes time for… Read More »