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By Kim Holmberg | Published: July 11, 2014
Kim Holmberg argues altmetrics have exciting potential for measuring the impact of public outreach. But where do we draw the line between promoting our own work and...
By Nikolaus Kriegeskorte | Published: July 10, 2014
Could the increasing number of retractions in quality journals be a sign that its time to embrace post-publication open evaluation as a corrective to pre-publication...
By Mardi Dungey | Published: July 7, 2014
‘Rock stars’ are people whose work has incredible public influence, and/or incredible influence on public perception of economic thinking such that they become a by-word...
By Stacy Konkiel | Published: June 27, 2014
There are ways to learn about the impact of the all the collateral material that signify an academic career. If only there were some sort...
By Deborah Lupton | Published: June 25, 2014
A new survey asks cyber-savvy educators and researchers directly about their use of social media.
By Alasdair Taylor | Published: June 9, 2014
A natural scientist reflects on a conference that focused on bringing natural and social scientists into a a shared, and continuing, conversation.
By James Hartley | Published: May 27, 2014
Every now and again a paper is published on the number of errors made in academic articles. These papers document the frequency of conceptual errors,...
By Sense About Science | Published: May 20, 2014
Sense About Science have launched the new edition of their public guide ‘Making Sense of Chemical Stories’ this week, debunking chemical myths and explaining the chemical...