Mary is teaching online from home.
I am very happy to announce that today we published 'The Power of Sharing', a comic resulting from the collaboration between figshare, Symbola Comics, and LaGrúa Estudio.
I will talk about online Graphic Medicine at the Pint of Science event: Humans and technology: in life and in death. Tuesday 16 May 2017- Doors open 6.30 PM, Event 7.00 PM – 9.30 PM.
I talked to ScienceOpen's jon Tennant about open access publishing.
Today in The Conversation UK, my piece on hyperauthorship... what happens to the concept of 'author' when articles creidt thousands of authors?
I have shared a file containing a sheet with a list of 8, 348 journal articles obtained from a basic search for the keywords "racial" and "etchnicity" in research papers mentioned online anytime as tracked by Altmetric. Which are open access and which aren't?
I made a quick alluvial diagram showing the publisher, access and license types of the top 100 papers in our dataset.
Yesterday I shared a spreadsheet containing references to 497 papers on Ebola including the access and license type of each paper. These were crowdsourced by a group of us over a period of a week.
I have shared a dataset of 497 bibliographic entries of scientific articles mentioning the keyword 'Ebola'. Can you help us crowdsource their type of access and licensing?
With the APC rates charged by major publishers, who is being excluded from Open Access publishing as currently implemented by the major publishers in scientific/academic publishing?
I share some auick insights from the Wellcome Trust Paid APCs 2012/13 Dataset, as well as my refined dataset which I uploaded to figshare.
This year’s SpotOn London conference will take place at the British Library. I'll be participating in a workshop on science and HSS collaboration on Friday 8 November 2013.