Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – July 10, 2015

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

Open Access Academy
OA Survey Report
Impact and attention: what can the metrics tell us?
Washington Post
‘Fraudulent’ peer review strikes another academic publisher; 32 articles questioned
Times Higher Education
Elsevier journal editors ‘may be asked to resign’ in open access row
New boycott in support of open access: third time lucky?
Information Today
Highlights from the CERN workshop on innovations in scholarly communication
BioMed Central blogs
Open bioinformatics in the Irish free software state
PR Newswire
AAAS, publisher of science, acquires peer review evaluation (pre) service to help promote transparency and public trust in science
New CUP open access policy ‘prevents double-dipping’
Baltimore Sun
Johns Hopkins, UMD to open data research center
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Open Data bills move forward in California

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