Ellen Hazelkorn takes a look at the accuracy of university rankings from an international perspective.
An interview with Jeffrey Beall on South Asia and its reputation, a crosspost from Open Interview
In this interview, Heather Ford (Senior Lecturer at UNSW) talks about chances and pitfalls of making African research more visible.
Peter Kraker on Google Dataset Discovery, the open science movement, and his #DontLeaveItToGoogle campaign.
Nick Fowler and Gerard Meijer on the future of Open Access in Germany. Will the negotiations continue?
Classical and large institutions of liberal democracy like politics and the media are increasingly less trusted. What about science?
Wanda Jones explains how to promote good scientific practices and what universities could do to integrate them into their curricula.
Elmar Doppelfeld explains why promoting ethics in science is a challenge that must be tackled on a european level.
Annette Birkeland explains, how an efficient strategy of promoting good scientific practice should look like.
Search for the truth, but also provide contributions to problem-solving and make reliable predictions.
What should a scientist do if he or she realized that there is an error in research? What kind of implications can this have on their future career?
An interview with Kai Chan and his strategies to seek the combination of both kinds of impacts.
“Scientists who oversell their results are a big problem for science.”
Christopher Aiden-Lee Jackson researches the Earth’s structure. In his opinion, scientists have to care more about informing their findings to policymakers.
Open Science advocate Shakib Wassey tells how a digital platform for open scientific publication and interactive evaluation could change scientific publishing.
3 questions to Jeremy M. Berg about the future of scholarly publishing.