The process of double bind works well in scholarly publishing when some groups want publishers to do more and more with less pay. The New York Times is on the case. Working with ProPublica the Times has exposed a pattern of inadequate revelation of conflicts of interest. This is a vital stuff and the Times is to be commended for exposing this. For all its solipsism and sanctimony, it understands what we want from the research community. After all what the public wants is better science, not open science.
Policy Press, global ambassador for the University of Bristol joins Aggregagent boosting its journal strength in multiple fields of study. The collection of articles will be included in the ALPSP Collections also. Reference Link: http://accucoms.com/news/aggregagent-collections-include-policy-press-journals/
A new snake fossil has been spotted in the Tennessee sinkhole that is believed to be dated back to 5 million years. An in-depth study of the fossils indicated that the particular snake species was extinct and in turn presented an important link in the evolutionary history of snakes. Reference Link: http://www.futurity.org/snakes-zilantophis-schuberti-1433752-2/
University of Florida and Texas A&M University have blocked planned white supremacist rallies on their campuses by the white supremacist Richard Spencer, who leads the National Policy Institute, citing safety concerns. The decisions were made after a Unite the Right protester allegedly rammed his car into a crowd of counter-protestors, killing a counter-demonstrator named Heather […]