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Who’s to blame (or credit) for fast peer review?

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Guest Post: Open Data Day, Course Sprints, and Hackathons!

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Why Science Journal Paywalls Have to Go

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Governments have a legal obligation to make healthcare knowledge available to health workers and citizens

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Getting serious about registering and reporting trials – alltrials.net

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Facing the research-practice divide in science education

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MIT president asks for “a thorough analysis” of Aaron Swartz case

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Unintentional Benefits of Open Access: The broader impact of making publications free

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What Makes A Paper Useful?

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Open Access From a Patient Advocate’s Perspective: “Inserting Ourselves into the Science of a Condition”

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