Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – October 17, 2015

Times Higher Education
Open peer review ‘better quality’ than traditional process

Chronicle of Higher Education
Journal publishers rethink a research mainstay: peer review [paywall]

Retraction Watch
Elsevier retracting nine papers for fake peer review

BioMedCentral Blog
Ready, set, open access!

BioMed Central
Evolving service user involvement – next step, academic publishing

Nature
Russian secret service to vet research papers

George Washington University Today
GW ScholarSpace is the next step toward a 21st-century library

Korea Observer
(Science summit) scientists call for more support in ‘open science’

Open Access Week
Open Access Week – continuing on the journey
 
Space Ref
Launch of Earth Observation open science 2.0

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