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Digital Science invests in WriteLaTeX

23 July 2014
Digital Science has invested in WriteLaTeX - a London based scientific start-up and creator of the online collaboration platform for scientific research, Overleaf

Neelie Kroes given open access award

23 July 2014
Open-access publisher BioMed Central has presented its Open Access Advocacy Award for 2014 to Neelie Kroes, the European Commission vice-president for the digital agenda

DCL enriches millions of documents for Scopus

17 July 2014

RCUK gathers evidence in OA review

17 July 2014

PeerJ attracts new investment

9 July 2014

European organisations ask Elsevier to change TDM policy

4 July 2014

Nature retracts two stem-cell papers

2 July 2014

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Authors should prepare for post-publication review

23 July 2014
As the world of scientific publishing changes, authors need to be prepared for post-publication peer comments on their work, argues Anna Sharman

Extracting more information from scientific literature

21 July 2014
Jacqui Hodgkinson considers the merits and limitations of different approaches to extracting life-science information from published research

Debunking the MOOC myth

17 July 2014
With hype waning for MOOCs and the backlash in full swing, what does the post-MOOC environment look like for Higher Education? Simon Linacre explores an increasingly complicated future of teaching, learning and research