As our use of social media and online resources continues to grow, is the traditional format of the medical congress a thing of the past?
What is a predatory journal? A scoping review published in F1000Research explores their defining characteristics.
Tim Koder reviews the potential for ORCiD, CRediT and Convey to increase transparency and accountability in medical publishing.
Tim Ellison reviews the growing importance of preprints in medical publishing.
Amy Williams provides an update on open access models and the implications for industry-funded research that might arise from “Plan S”.
This year’s International Open Access Week (October 22–28) is underway with a focus on designing equitable foundations for open knowledge. A host of events are scheduled across the globe, how will you get involved?
Is the apparent efficacy of treatments being altered by bias? A recent study takes a closer look at the cumulative effects of reporting and citation biases.
eLife is trialling a novel form of open peer review that gives authors more control over their response to reviewers.
Today is World Mental Health Day, providing an opportunity to raise awareness of the issues facing young people in a changing world.
Google launches a new search tool to facilitate the discoverability of public datasets.
A recent article published in PharmaTimes explores the top warning signs that can be used to identify predatory publishers and conferences.
We consider if enough value is placed by academic institutions on efforts to communicate science to the public.
Medical publishers get involved in #worldheartday…
Is your institute breaking European clinical trial reporting rules? Find out using the new EU trials tracker, part of the AllTrials initiative.
Join other medical, science, and publications professionals worldwide to raise awareness of respiratory diseases on #WorldLungDay.
Learn more about the potential impact of cOAlition S: a commitment to make all European publicly funded research freely available by 2020.