Monthly Archives: March 2017

Black lists, white lists and the evidence: exploring the features of ‘predatory’ journals


New research published today in BMC Medicine looks to identify the features of potentially ‘predatory’ journals: online journals that charge publications fees without providing editorial services or robust peer review. Here to tell us about their work and how it can help authors, are David Moher and Larissa Shamseer, two authors of the research.

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Open Data Day


Saturday 4th March marks Open Data Day, an annual event that celebrates open data all over the word. One of the four key themes for this year is open research data, so we thought it would be fitting to mark the occasion by taking a look back over some of our most popular blogs and videos on all things open research data.

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