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Academia Feb 12
CEO calls for rebuilding the entire communication system for research in a podcast interview with . Click here to listen:
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Academia Feb 11
CEO speaks with about industry needing to innovate and support Click here to listen:
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olivershah Feb 10
This week's Danny in the Valley podcast features 's Richard Price on the end of the paywall. Via :
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danny fortson Feb 8
I talked to ⁦⁩ of ⁦⁩ about the academic publishing racket - and his plans to blow it up. Also had on ⁦⁩ to talk about the showdown between ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ Check it out
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Academia Feb 11
Listen to CEO discuss our growing global platform of over 70 million users devoted to for on ’s podcast:
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Academia Jan 31
why start ups need to embrace peer-review
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Academia Jan 9
When Harvard cannot afford the paywalls, you know the system is broken
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Zachary Foster Dec 27
If only I was still in undergrad and I could take this class! "PSY 607: Everything is Fucked"
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Academia Dec 26
Resharing this PLOS classic
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Academia Dec 21
Replying to @ntinatzouvala
Thanks for sharing on Academia!
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Academia Dec 21
free course! How do we get a video recording!? -Academia Team
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Academia Dec 21
Replying to @craigjcalhoun
Academia should incorporate this idea into our mission: "getting people to take knowledge seriously"
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Academia Dec 14
Shout out to "The California system wants to fundamentally alter how it pays for journal content from publishers like Elsevier and to accelerate open-access publishing in the process"
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Dr. Joy Lisi Rankin Nov 28
I've written a lot recently (see: my book). This was the hardest thing to write, and perhaps the most important. Please read it, share it, and stand with me.
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Academia Nov 26
"The big problem in science is not cheaters or opportunists, but sincere researchers who have unfortunately been trained to think that every statistically "significant" result is notable."
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Gavin Price Nov 20
One of my pet peeves is when reviewers say something like “I was not surprised by these results” or “these results were not surprising” as a criticism of the paper. You’re not at a magic show, it’s not my job to surprise you.
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Academia Oct 26
"Logging hypotheses and protocols before performing research seems to work as intended: to reduce publication bias for positive results"
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Academia Sep 26
With the 105 studies on antidepressants, half were considered “positive” by the F.D.A., and half were considered “negative.” Ninety-eight percent of the positive trials were published; only 48 percent of the negative ones were
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Erin Larson Sep 25
Today in bizarre emails received and what is going on with science publishing. Wiley wants to charge me almost $1400 for using *my* photo as cover image for journal issue to help "promote my research"? No thanks! Anyone else familiar with this nonsense? Am I missing something?
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Academia Aug 9
Academics: win a €100,000 grant to debunk your field’s most annoying misconception!
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