Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – May 15, 2015

Selected news, views and information on Open Science and scholarly publishing from the past week

The Guardian
Will traditional science journals disappear?

Fusion
This scientific paper has 2,863 authors. How?

BBC
Top science panel to advise European Commission

BioMed Central Blogs
A beginner’s guide to peer review: Part One

Manchester Evening News
University of Manchester spends more on journal subscriptions than any other institution in UK

Research Information
An academic approach to sales and marketing in publishing

The Guardian
Will traditional science journals disappear?

Wired
Why publishers should not fear Facebook’s content megacity

Harvard Gazette
Robert Darnton closes the book

Publishers Weekly
The changing face of STM publishing

University of New Mexico News
UNM Libraries opens the digital door to a treasury of information

The Guardian
Super-scholars: MPAA offers $20,000 for academic research in copyright battle

Library Journal
Why internet searches are not enough | peer to peer review

BioMed Central blog
Gigascience pushes metabolomics Open Data & training

Universität München
Ein neues Modell des Publizierens

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