Potential changes to science publishing

An earthquake is slowly rumbling across the international scientific publishing landscape. Depending on the size of the quake, it could have a major impact on the scientific community. On September 4, 2018, 11 national science funding agencies in Europe released a plan, referred to as  … Read more

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What scientific publishing could look like

If we were to create a way to share scientific research progress today, what would it look like? In this age of immediate digital publishing, it probably wouldn’t take months. In these times of user-generated content, it would probably be author-controlled. In an era where  … Read more

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Journal of Postdoctoral Research: an avenue for postdocs to publish their science

As scientists, we need to become good at critiquing our own and our peers’ research. Analyzing and commenting on research outcomes promotes our own ability to interpret data and realize all its caveats. Writing about our research often gives us a chance to take a  … Read more

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Make your voice heard on preprints in biology

The primary job of a scientist is to discover knowledge and communicate it to the community. Unfortunately, while technology is enabling us to generate data faster and faster, the process of publishing that data seems to be slowing down.   This was a major message  … Read more

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