In Part Two, Richard Fisher looks at the past, the present and the future of monograph publishing in the humanities and social sciences.
Richard Fisher looks at the past, the present and the future of monograph publishing in the humanities and social sciences.
A new infographic presentation shows just how effectively a story can be told around data. It also reveals how divergent perceptions, ideals, and reality can be.
A group of history editors in the UK publish an open letter stating they will not comply with aspects of the RCUK mandates for OA. What can we learn from this?
What are hipsters? And what do they have to do with liver disease? A charming and interesting video will tell you all about it.
A bizarre evolutionary scenario gave us the most powerful tool nature has ever created.
With the economic benefits of open access open to reinterpretation, will the moral benefits prove sufficient to withstand the coming scrutiny? And will it all begin a race to the bottom?
The cognitive surplus of our age is being unleashed. This video discusses some of the side-effects and trends that will shape our futures.
How the US appears through Facebook. Do you live in Stayathomia or Socalistan?
We are all susceptible to believing false and implausible events claims leading memory researcher at Council of Science Editor’s Annual Meeting.