Everyone loves dinosaurs, right? There’s a new podcast episode out with Joel Werner at the Sum of all Parts where Steve Brusatte and I chat about the ongoing explosion in dinosaur discoveries, and what this means for science. Enjoy!
SOURCE Our present publishing system is not working well. The growth of Open Access (OA) has been slow, resisted by many publishers at the expense of the public purse. Researchers have outsourced our evaluation system to this dysfunctional industry, which continuously infringes basic academic freedoms and human rights. Plan S is the latest attempt to […]
“Fundamentally, research works best when it is free to share, access, and re-use. Strangely, despite this being so clear, this is for the most part not the case. The vast majority of scholarly research, often produced using public funds, is privatised by commercial companies, and out of the researchers’ control. This is not an effective […]
Well, what a wonderful start to the week. Data Science Guru Lisa Hehnke has performed a great analysis of the Open Science MOOC Twitter account! Check out what she found here: Source: Analyzing the Open Science MOOC Twitter community | dataplanes.org