Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – October 17, 2015

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

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

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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