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“I Want” Doesn’t Get — Just Recommending Data Archiving Isn’t Nearly as Effective as Requiring It

Data archiving is becoming a new normal for scientific publishing, but a recent study shows you need to do more than just ask for it. Continue reading

Scientists Propose Central Database for Disclosing Conflicts of Interest

Creating a centralized database for disclosing conflicts of interest (COI) is an easy sell. Deciding who is responsible and accountable for its funding and support is a much harder problem. Continue reading

Informed Consent and Big Data — With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

Consent and confidentiality concerns around “Big Data” in medicine should give enthusiasts for a data-rich scientific world pause. Things are more complex, and the answers so far are inadequate. Continue reading

Money and Motivation: Will Content Survive the Age of Sharing and Collaboration?

The age of collaboration indicates some adjacent sources of value are emerging. Since adjacency is relative, how can publishers ensure that the central pieces remain? Continue reading

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