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Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – January 29, 2016

BioMed Central Blogs
Planning ahead: what to think about prior to submission


Research integrity: Don’t let transparency damage science


How quality control could save your science


Times Higher Education
High rejection rates by journals ‘pointless’


Times Higher Education
University careers aren’t what they used to be


European Political Science 
Open access journals: a sustainable and scalable solution in social and political sciences?


The Atlantic
Academics want you to read their work for free


The Bookseller
Wiley converts five top journals to OA


NSF News
The National Science Foundation (NSF) will not tolerate harassment at grantee institutions


Research Information
Sage buys stake in Publons


PLOS Casts
Expanding the reach of open access publishing: an interview with John Willinsky


Chicago Tribune
Internet activist Aaron Swartz died 3 years ago but his ‘open access’ push thrives


Journal editors to researchers: show everyone your clinical data


Psychiatric Times
The OPTICS project: an open-science framework for the analysis of clinical trial data


Montreal institute going ‘open’ to accelerate science


The City of Chicago debuts OpenGrid, its sleek, new portal for exploring civic data
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