Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – July 17, 2015

BioMed Central blogs
A beginner’s guide to peer review — Part 3

Times Higher Education
Excellent science is ‘linked to local economy’

The Conversation
It’s time to redraw the world’s very unequal knowledge map

The Guardian
Can we expect a MIRAcle for biomedical researchers in the US?

Science News
How English became science’s lingua franca

The Guardian
World-class research takes time: give us back our summers

Huffington Post
Innovations in Science: from research paper to Pluto

BBC News
Science minister signals shift towards ‘one nation science’

Nature
Lifelong learning: science professors need leadership training

Sustainability Thomson Reuters
Investing in science can be “the game changer” for development- experts

Forbes
Open data awards celebrate smart uses of public data

Computer World UK
Open data: government ‘needs to go much further’, says Cabinet Office minister

ZBW MediaTalk
Open Science: ein Kernthema für die Europäische Kommission [in German]

Chemistry World
Science Europe proposes ‘diamond engagement’ open access plan

SciDevNet
UN readies tool to widen science and tech access

The Guardian
Science evolves, and so should we

Daily News from Pharma times
GSK forms two open science projects

Forbes
Publish or perish: finding the best venue for your research

Politico
NIH sees reversal of fortune with proposed funding boosts

Nature
STEM education: to build a scientist

CPAfrica
Final year students of futa launch open data portal for Nigeria

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