A review of the literature shows that access conditions are getting better, not worse. So, why do we hear just the opposite?
The movement to publish more and more demands that we find ways to preserve the trust we’ve built while taking advantage of the sunlight public availability can provide.
The system of scientific publication is broken, with rewards cynically exploited by many players while science fills with more and more garbage. How can we fix this?
Ghostwriters and unnamed contract researchers might scare up controversy, and frighten away the truth. And they’re only part of the problem.
With scientific information propagating in new ways, is the Impact Factor measuring what it was intended to measure?
Publisher asks for submission stop while searching for new editor-in-chief.
Authors in developing countries are no more likely to write papers for Open Access journals and are no more likely to cite Open Access articles a new study suggests.