Experts debate how to involve citizens in science – and will continue the conversation at ESOF
First Science&People event gathers scientists, politicians and public to discuss the effects of open science on society
Information Systems journal creates “Invited Reproducibility Paper”
The hidden projects and technologies Elsevier supports to improve services
Dr. Stephane Berghmans talks about open science and its requirements
As part of an academic publication, software will be systematically organized, curated, indexed and shared through research databases
Elsevier is providing a corpus that covers breadth of STM content – and a treebank for the research community
Data sharing, open science, new access models and the possibilities of technology …
Elsevier’s open data initiative will provide new ways of storing, sharing and accessing research data
Steady progress on gold; increased focus on green open access, open research data and open science broadly
A new collaboration between Elsevier and data centers encourages researchers to submit data DOIs with their articles so their data will be indexed and easily accessible
The CEO of Cell Press writes about the recent recommendations for maximizing reproducibility and how Cell Press is encouraging credibility and rigor
Research Data Alliance meeting draws 500+ — and Elsevier announces its Open Data pilot
NeuroElectro founder Dr. Shreejoy Tripathy talks about the value — and challenges — of text mining, and how it could improve in the future
Data in Brief enables researchers to publish reproducible data – and get credit for it
Elsevier to participate in 3rd International Workshop on Mining Scientific Publications September 12 in London
Elsevier supports the growing movement to require clinical trials to be registered and their results reported
September event will bring together cross-disciplinary researchers, practitioners from industry and government, open access enthusiasts, and digital library developers
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