Journalology: What is the scientific paper?

A year ago, the discussions at the Science Online conference inspired me to explore the question “what is the scientific paper?” — and specifically, what is wrong with the scientific paper and what its future might be.  In time for this year’s conference, I’ve been reposting the the blogs on […]

Journalology: Against green open access

Every time I blog about the future of science publishing and the opportunities for radical changes to the way science is conducted and disseminated, somebody comes along and leaves a comment telling me that the state of science publishing is perfect but one thing: the lack of “green” open access.  […]

New blog: Journalology

I have just started blogging at Journalology, a group blog about science publishing, where I will contribute occassionality on the subjects of publishing technology, open data, the future of the scientific paper, and bad publishing.  My first post is in the latter category, revisiting the Medical Hypotheses aids denialism incident.  […]