Find out more about the case for open access presented by Open Pharma.
Data sharing is crucial for reproducibility. Iain Hrynaszkiewicz shares his thoughts on how publishers can promote its uptake.
Professor Marcus Munafò discusses the importance of reproducibility in scientific research and how we can overcome barriers to achieving it.
Learn how the scientific community can boost the impact of conference presentations by utilising online platforms and social media.
Find out more about what was covered at this year’s online conference of the Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association (OASPA).
Missed the meeting? Read our report on the symposium entitled “Research integrity & the medical communicator: what we do when no one is watching.”
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
As science looks to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to publish with transparency, speed and openness is ever greater
The increasing range of publication choices and demand for open access are explored in this sponsored article from Taylor & Francis Group.
From 2022, journals will need to follow cOAlition S price transparency requirements to get paid. Find out more about the frameworks and potential benefits here.
Find out more about the principles of the Jussieu Call, which aims to promote bibliodiversity alongside open access in scientific publishing.
The latest State of Open Data survey results show changing trends in researchers’ attitudes towards the use of open data.
Scientific publishing is adapting to make research on COVID-19 and coronaviruses freely and rapidly available to all. But does the crisis highlight an opportunity for more fundamental reform?
Find out more about the TOP Factor, an alternative metric to the impact factor, evaluating academic journals based on open science policies.
PLOS ONE now offers Registered Reports, shifting peer review focus from results to the quality of study design. Is this part of the future of open science?
With widespread and growing support for increased data sharing, what can we learn from the Yale Open Data Access (YODA) Project and its collaboration with Johnson & Johnson?