A controversial request that two journals censor full data reporting for fear of bioterror raises many questions, points to precedents, and hints at a better way to handle the problem than stifling scientific information.
Major social media plays in science hit the rocks, as hype hits reality and the culture of science.
Maligned though it often is, the Big Deal for journals is likely to get bigger, marginalizing the offerings of smaller publishers.
When Nature goes head-to-head with PLoS, will non-profit society publishers take the hit?
Like ice-cream and murder, there is no causal relationship between reference length and citations. Now go tell Nature.