Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – November 20, 2015

Richard Poynder
The OA Interviews: ScienceOpen’s Alexander Grossmann

Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes
The end of journals

Financial Times
Leading scientist calls for new research body [subscription required]

BBC
Should politicians decide science funding?

Science Careers
When women are missing from peer review

Bloomberg
Giving China a say in science

The Chronicle of Higher Education
Open Access & Copyright: A View from the South

My Statesman
UT partnership seeks to improve how scientists communicate with public

GenomeWeb
Review of peer review  [free registration required]

OUP Blog
OAPEN-UK: 5 things we learnt about open access monographs

The Bookseller
A manifesto for the open book

ProEuropeana
The missing decades: the 20th century black hole in Europeana

GCN
Mapping the world of open data portals

NIH
New prize competition seeks innovative ideas to advance open science

The Australian
NHMRC to test peer review of research project grant

Science
How to hack a journal

European Commission
EC brings pan-European open data together on European Data Portal

The Economist
Open government data: out of the box [subscription required]

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