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Can Highly Selective Journals Survive on APCs?

As was widely expected, eLife recently announced a move away from their 100% funder-supported business model to one where authors will be required to pay an Article Processing Charge (APC). 1,648 more words

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Conservation, Nature & Culture

A writer who captures the nuanced relationship between conservation of nature and culture has our attention:

The Lost Cultures of Whales


Aboard the Balaena, Caribbean — I am alone on deck, my headphones filled with the sounds of the deep ocean.

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Standards for Submitting Scientific Studies to PLOS ONE

An educator with more than a decade of experience, Erik Andrulis served as an assistant professor at Case Western Reserve University. Since completing his PhD in molecular biology and biochemistry, Erik Andrulis has coauthored numerous papers, including “The Mitochondrial RNA Landscape of Saccharomyces cerevisiae,” published in the… 159 more words

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What is next for Coyne of the Realm after Queen Mary University London releases PACE trial data?

I was without Internet until my plane from Zurich touched down in Philadelphia. Gmail wasn’t loading as we taxied in on the tarmac. As a result, my first notification of the Queen Mary University London (QMUL) release of the PACE chronic fatigue syndrome trial data was a direct Facebook message from an Irish student, Aine Hefferon. 935 more words


Scientific Reports On Track To Become Largest Journal In The World

PLOS ONE is poised to lose its claim as the largest journal in the world soon, with rival journal, Scientific Reports, taking its place. 836 more words

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August 16, 2016, 8:51 a.m EST: I’ve only just received a scan of the 48 page judgment. Because the scan is not searchable, I dictated the closing Majority decision. 2,139 more words