Tag: publish or perish

Plan S

Plan S for Open Access: last chance to give feedback

We wrote last year about cOAlition S, the coalition formed by research funders from several European countries, committed to making published research publicly available. The key...
Samantha Terry

Life in the Lab – Life IS the Lab

by Samantha Terry I am a new-ish lecturer with a small group of just one postdoc. Together we’re studying the use of radioactivity to image and...

Retraction Watch launches public retraction database

You've probably heard of Retraction Watch, the influential research integrity blog that reports on the retraction of scientific papers, aiming to increase transparency in...
Cancer Researcher EACR Science Communication Prize

The Journey to Publication: WINNER of The Cancer Researcher-EACR Science Communication...

We invited cancer researchers at all levels to write a blog post about working in cancer research for The Cancer Researcher-EACR Science Communication Prize 2018....
video

Love and fear in the lab: watch the EACR25 Opening Lecture...

When Uri Alon got stuck during his PhD, he felt unworthy of being called a scientist because he was never taught that scientists can...
cOAlitionS

cOAlition S: the tipping point for European Open Access?

We all know that many funding organisations are committed to Open Access publishing. But could a new coalition, cOAlition S, finally make it a reality? 11...
research ethics

News Summary: ethical reporting of research, indexing preprints, rare cancers

Does a 'publish or perish' ethos affect the ethical reporting of research? Several publications in recent years have suggested that published scientific findings can be...
scooped research

‘Scooped’ research welcome at PLOS Biology

Have you ever been ready to publish your exciting, potentially groundbreaking new piece of research based on many months of hard work - only...

Is there a place for ‘Kindness in Science’?

Scientists in New Zealand hope to kick-start a movement that will offer a kinder, gentler and more inclusive scientific culture. The Kindness in Science movement intends...

Alberto Bardelli on what it’s like to ‘trend’ on Pubmed

PubMed is the leading search engine for biomedical literature, comprising more than 27 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and...

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The Cancer Researcher is an online magazine for the cancer research community from the European Association for Cancer Research.

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