Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – June 26, 2015

Science Magazine
Self-correction in science at work
Science Magazine
Promoting an open research culture
Blogs Berkeley
A giant leap for science
Times Higher Education
Peer review: not as old as you might think
Inside Higher Education
Data are always the smoking gun
Library Journal
Sharing policy draws criticism; Elsevier responds
Plos Blogs
Research matters
Phys.org
Springer acquires three pioneering open access journals from the Max Planck Society
The Australian Financial Review‎
Research students must be trained for jobs in industry
Pacific Standard
Is our medical research honing in on the right issues?
PharmiWeb
Prize4Life, Sage Bionetworks and DREAM launch an open science challenge to find clues to understanding heterogeneity in patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
PR Newswire
Citing “moral imperative”, Authorea platform releases unprecedented details of ebola study
Mail & Guardian
Door ‘slammed on open access’ to academic work
Open Democracy
Can open data tackle corruption?

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