Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – November 06, 2015

News, views and info on Open Science, peer review and scholarly publishing from the past week

Times Higher Education
How do I feel about my research? It’s complicated

Times Higher Education
Social network overload ‘wastes academics’ time’

The Guardian
Are we finally getting serious about fixing science?

Times Higher Education crowdsources speedy peer review solution

BioMed Central blog
‘Predatory’ open access: a longitudinal study of article volumes and market characteristics

Laboratory News
EU urges science publishers to adapt to open access
Mapping the landscape of research funding

Anatomy of funded research in science [subscription required]

Elsevier mutiny: cracks are widening in the fortress of academic publishing

Times Higher Education
Cancer Research UK’s £100m aims to meet ‘grand challenges’
Academia, Not Edu

How to make science safer for women

Congresswoman Jackie Speier calls for efforts to make science less sexist

Chronicle of Higher Education
What a mass exodus at a linguistics journal means for scholarly publishing

Ars Technica
Entire editorial staff of Elsevier journal Lingua resigns over high price, lack of open access

Editors of the journal Lingua protest-quit in battle for open access

Springer Nature implements ORCID unique digital identifiers for books and chapters

Nature Physics
Ranking scientists [subscription required]

The Guardian
Science is vital – and so is making the argument for science

Canada creates science-minister post

Inside Manylabs, an experimental open-science factory on folsom street

The Guardian
Measuring up: how open data could spur drive to meet global goals – podcast

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