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SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY

Administration Fumbling Toward Scientific Integrity

The Obama administration’s efforts to protect scientific integrity moved forward recently with the submission of five finalized agency policies and 14 draft policies, but progress has been slow and haphazard.

NIH Open Access Policy Turns 1 Year Old

Our guest blogger is Gavin Baker, assistant editor of Open Access News, which covers the open access movement, and Outreach Fellow for SPARC, a coalition of academic and research libraries that advocates for open access. The opinions expressed here are [...]

CULTIVATING SCIENCE

Public Science

Free public archiving of Institute-funded research will accelerate scientific communication, control costs in higher education, and more effectively share information.