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Shades of Open Access

Do you think that published science should be freely available to everyone? Of course you do. Most people do. But like every ‘ideal’ system, there are positives and negatives to OA publishing, some that outweigh others. 1,007 more words

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Shades of Open Access

Do you think that published science should be freely available to everyone? Of course you do. Most people do. But like every ‘ideal’ system, there are positives and negatives to OA publishing, some that outweigh others. 1,007 more words

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I’m about Open Access (research guide)

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The Pit and the Pendulum

My it’s been a week, and what a week it’s been.  I barely feel like my feet have touched the ground and yet I look at how much I’ve done…and it seems pitiful.   842 more words

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Science Policy Around the Web - April 24, 2015

By: Danielle Friend, PhD

Genetic-based Drug Discovery

23andMe will invent drugs using customer data

As of March 2015, 23andMe will no longer simply be known for direct-to-consumer genetic tests. 659 more words

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Why Mike is interested in Royal Society Open Science, and why Matt isn't

Copied from an email exchange.

Mike:

Did we know about the Royal Society’s PLOS ONE-clone?
http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/about

I am in favour of this. I might well send them my next paper while the universal waiver is still in place. 974 more words

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