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Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – September 12, 2015

Research Information
Michael Jubb and Kudos scoop top ALPSP awards

 

The Bookseller
Kudos wins ALPSP innovation award

 

BioMed Central blog
Who owns peer review?

 

American Libraries
Open Access Publishing: what it is and how to sustain it

 

Phys.org
Opinion: Failure to reproduce results is ‘a normal part of how science works’
Neuroskeptic / Discover Magazine
Psychology should aim for 100% reproducibility

 

Times Higher Education
How science is distilling its message

 

Times Higher Education
Copyright laws ‘mean EU risks falling behind on data mining research’

 

The Guardian
Peer review, preprints and the speed of science

 

Times Higher Education
PhD from low-ranking university ‘can hold back career’

 

Quartz
These 25 schools are responsible for the greatest advances in science

 

Independent
‘Citizen science’ project will let anyone search for ancient fossils from the comfort of their homes

 

Scholarly Kitchen
Open-Access articles for sale as expensive Books on Amazon

 

Phys.org
Making a difference with open source science equipment

 

GCN
How USAID built open data into its mission

 

Huffington Post
Open data can ensure that clean, safe water flows to all
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