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The State of Open Data: Report Provides New Insights into the Global State of Open Data #stateofopendata
Today, Figshare released the results of its global survey of 2,000 researchers in a report that assesses the global landscape around open data and sharing… Read more »
A year on from our bumper 15 years of open access celebrations, it’s once again time to celebrate everything open access with Open Access Week 2016.
Not had a chance to read all our posts from September? Here’s a roundup of what you’ve missed…
SpotOn, which will be dedicated to discussing the future of peer review, is less than a month away! To mark the event, hosted by BioMed Central, Digital Science… Read more »
Not had a chance to read all our posts from August? Here’s a roundup of what you’ve missed…
As a review published in Stem Cell Research & Therapy explains, a new age of farming human-animal chimeras for organs may be upon us. But what ethical… Read more »
Canine Genetics and Epidemiology recently published research finding that small dogs are increasing in popularity in Australia. But why is this? And why is it… Read more »
Will paying for greenhouse gas emissions and adding tax to sugary drinks lead to better public health?
BMC Public Health today publishes work simulating the impact on health of internalizing the cost of carbon in food prices combined with a tax on sugar-sweetened… Read more »