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Open Science and scholarly publishing roundup – May 20, 2016

Inside Higher Education
The case for open review

 

The Guardian
Think academic publishers are greedy? Do your research

 

Inside Higher Education
Portable journal acceptance?

 

Wired
A reboot of the legendary physics site arxiv could shape open science

 

Harvard Business Review
Research: the biggest culture gaps are within countries, not between them

 

Five Thirty Eight
Even psychologists respond to meaningless rewards

 

Science Magazine
‘Brexit’ would hit U.K. research hard, report says

 

The Guardian
Brexit would threaten world-class British research, major report warns

 

NIH
Open Science Prize announces six team finalists in first phase of competition

 

Inside Higher Education
Publicity-shy academics

 

Slate
Scientists are punnier than you think

 

Tech World
Google, Facebook, IBM and Microsoft launch open artificial intelligence API: How open access to artificial intelligence changes everything

 

Nature
US law could increase postdoc pay — and shake up research system

 

Swissinfo
Around 40% of Swiss research is open access

 

Research Information
Getting noticed in an open access world

 

Harvard Business Review
Research: the biggest culture gaps are within countries, not between them

 

Science Magazine
Use our infographics to explore the rise of the urban planet

 

Android Police
Google’s new science journal app is a science nerd’s dream, be it your kid or the kid within you
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