Trained scientists with university degrees number in... more »
A prototype experiment of Mozilla Science Lab, BioMed Central, PLoS and ORCID to show how noting code and data contributions affect researcher motivations.
todays attempts like academia.edu and research gate it seems to me are failing
coupled to this is the problem that we havent developed yet how to create... more »
The real question for Schmid is how to get the “impact factor genie” as she calls it, “back in the box.” Why is this so important? Scientists and publishers often focus on the limitations of JIFs and the benefits of evaluating work at the article rather than journal level. However, there are more than just limitations... more »
In the USA there are two 'terminal degrees' now for artists and designers
the MFA- master of fine arts
and the PHD in art and design
universities are under pressure to have nore phd;s and produce more phds to be higher in the shanghai and... more »
The story suggests the great potential for open design and production of scientific instruments -- even quite sophisticated, complicated ones -- if researchers self-organize... more »
* Highly relevant research materials from publicly funded archives, museums, libraries and statistical inventories are either not available in digital form or inaccessible.
* Restricted access to and delayed dissemination of scholarly results limit knowledge transfer to researchers and other members of society.
* Production... more »
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