A tour of four major “megajournals” and some of their neighbors finds a few common approaches and a few distinguishing features, but the entire category may need to be rethought given the lack of “mega” generally among the set.
Within a few short years, China has become an economic and scientific powerhouse. Watch the dynamic bubble plot.
Free scientific journal access programs claims to boost article output in developing countries. A deeper analysis of the data shows otherwise.
The vast majority of freely-available biomedical articles were published by societies using traditional subscription models, a new study reports.
Why the market for scholarly articles looks a lot like the market for used cars.