Science communication, superheroes and an ancient Greek text were just some of the topics discussed at the excellent annual #SpotOn17… Read more Superheroes: from Aristotle to Iron Man
In the spirit of #AcWriMo this month, we thought we would put together a short list of resources to help… Read more Making your work immortal: write and publish that research!
Research communication is evolving slightly faster than in the past, it’s not exactly a Cambrian explosion, but the evolutionary analogy… Read more Do academics need clearer incentives to encourage them to adopt new research communication methods?
The Internet was designed with scientists in mind, but it is only in recent years that academia related startups… Read more Hacking research communication: a new market to disrupt?
Registration: http://www.edinpubconf.net/ The publishing industry is now changing faster than ever before due to internet services, digital publishing, data analytics,… Read more Disruption in the Publishing Industry: Digital, Analytics & the Future
The last month has been busy, including a whirlwind of workshops at various universities in the U.K. and a hop across… Read more A hop across the pond to #Scio14
Negative results are to be expected in experimental science. Most researchers have lab books and files full of negative… Read more Negative results or contributions to knowledge?
It has now been two months since we held the popular Edinburgh Publishing Conference. We are delighted with the… Read more Evolving & disrupting publishing: videos & blogs
What do you do with your old research data? When I finished my final postdoctoral position a few years ago… Read more Immortalising my old research data
Last week we ran the first Edinburgh Publishing Conference (EPC 2013) which explored innovations and disruption in academic, news media… Read more Publishing: Evolution, Disruption & the Future