Learn more about text recycling from the Text Recycling Research Project in this recent webinar hosted by COPE.
A recent survey provides insights into the attitudes and motivations of reviewers. Can the findings help to improve the peer review process?
Find out more about how disproportionate care loads, exacerbated by the pandemic, are impacting women’s ability to participate in scientific publishing.
Join us at the 8th EMWA Symposium: “Research integrity & the medical communicator: What we do when no one is watching”
The 8th EMWA Symposium will take place on November 6, 2020, with the theme Research Integrity & The Medical Communicator: What We Do When No One Is Watching.
Two articles explore how the use of metrics has enabled the evolution of new types of scientific fraud, including citation manipulation.
Find out more about the events taking place this Open Access Week, themed ‘Open with purpose: taking action to build structural equity and inclusion’.
Could increasing use of submission fees by scientific journals be an unforeseen outcome of the COVID-19 pandemic?
How research can be shared effectively to advance science: insights from the Center for Open Science
David Mellor from the Center for Open Science explains how the company is supporting and facilitating the open science movement.
Researchers identify flaws in current COVID-19 research and publication processes, and provide solutions using Open Science principles
Get up to date with the key improvements in research recognition, including information on contributor roles taxonomy (CRediT) and updates to ORCID.
‘Little deals’ are replacing large scale journal subscriptions. But how is this changing purchasing landscape impacting libraries and their users?
The BMJ publishes an explanation article to aid interpretation of the PRISMA-DTA reporting guidelines.
Find out how to get involved with this year’s activities examining trust in peer review.
Medical Publishing Insights and Practices (MPIP) initiative members share perspectives on the benefits of publishing industry-sponsored research open access.
A recent BMJ editorial discusses the benefits and risks of the use of preprints during the current coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 has had an unprecedented global impact. Now, a Digital Science report asks how the research landscape has adapted to these extreme circumstances.