Monthly Archives: August 2016
Peer Reviewers help safeguard the quality of work being published in a journal. When you take the time to review, you are helping to uphold a journal’s academic credibility. But reviewing generally happens anonymously, making it hard for experts to prove how much they do, or which journals rely on their reviewing expertise.
With the publication of the Concordat on Open Research Data last week, the UK further cemented its leadership position in promoting access to tax payer-funded research data.
On 24th June 2016, the result of the UK referendum was formally announced; the United Kingdom (UK) was to leave the European Union (EU). Whether you voted to leave or remain, there will be implications – both positive and negative – to science.