N - BMJ: 10 years of free access

N - International open access day

N - More resources with open access

N - Outcome reporting bias exposed

N - Europe promises open access to research

N - Pressure to publish scoop science

N - Google feels credit contraction

N - Professor charged with ghostwriting

N - JISC aggregates journal contents

N - Libraries make come back

N - Subeditors demand writer's respect

N - Springer buys BioMed Central

N - Open access association launched

N - Treat Déjà Vu with caution

N - Campaigners criticise misconduct policy

N - The blog is dead

N - SfEP chairwoman thinks strategy

N - COPE redesigns website

N - Lust in translation

B - The future of science: building a better collective memory

B- Licence to publish better than copyright transfer

Borrowing, debt, and plagiarism

B - Free for all

B - The price of free papers

N - Christmas lunch not dinner

B - Open data: the elephant in the room?

B - Publishing should help research

B - Beyond English: Accessing the global epidemiological literature

B - Finding open access articles using Google, Google Scholar, OAIster and OpenDOAR

B - Peer Review Isn't Perfect...But it's not a conspiracy

B - Publication is positively skewed

B - Bubble fusion scientist disciplined

B - Enhancing the h-index to score total publication output

B - A fifth force farce

B - Using medical knowledge sources on handheld computers

B - Better reporting of randomized trials in biomedical journal and conference abstracts

B - Rethinking doctoral publication practices

B - What makes an article influential?

B - Revising and Polishing a Structured Abstract

B - The economics of post-doc publishing.

B - Awareness of long-term digital preservation

B - From Flowers to Fruits

B - A Plea for a Common Citation Format in Scientific Serials

B - Why Current Publication Practices May Distort Science

B - A longer paper gathers more citations

B - Electronic Publication and the Narrowing of Science and Scholarship

B - Applying the author affiliation index to library and information science journals

B - Conference proceedings as a source of scientific information

B - What Does it Take for a Canadian Political Scientist to be Cited?

B - Cyberabstracts

B - Amusing titles in scientific journals and article citation

N - Where are the negative results?

B - Don't release other people's data without their consent

B - Science journals have been slow to make themselves audible

B - Better reporting of randomized trials

N - Law demands patients' consent

N - "Going forward" is step backward

N - Who does peer review?

N - Editing magazine indexed

N - Director and students in journal row

N - Publishers pay to deposit research

N - Calling writers on diabetes

N - The face of PubMed

N - Get your scientific integrity calendar

N - Dictionary threatens to drop words

N - Researchers embrace journalists

N - On the Nature of PLoS

N - Nature looks at big data

N - "With credit comes responsibility"

N - Researchers post data online immediately

N - Long papers get cited more

N - Open access doesn’t increase citations

N - Latin American journals get boost

N - Publishers' group appoints US director

B - Pat on back is premature

B - Fair use protects authors' rights

B - Copyright causes conflict of interest

B - Copyright decision a matter of principle

B - Relationship between Quality and Editorial Leadership of Biomedical Research Journals

B - Acquiring or enhancing a translation specialism

B - Publishing perils include single-blind review

B - Roadblocks deter today's Einstein Physics Today

B - Credentials and conformity

B - Scientist to appeal misconduct charge

N - UN slates UK libel laws

B - Researchers' writing competence

B - Institute plans a group for physics communicators

N - English gets millionth word

B - Is the answer still in the machine: do publishers need digital rights management?

B - Expressions of concern and their uses

B - Trends in journal prices: an analysis of selected journals, 2000-2006

B - Electronic Publication and the Narrowing of Science and Scholarship

B - Survey Finds Citations Growing Narrower as Journals Move Online

B - The Google generation: the information behaviour of the researcher of the future

B - How many cardiac surgeons does it take to write a research article?

B - Author perceptions of journal quality

B - The tiger in the corner

N - Standards for journal articles versions

N - US launches open data repository

N - Multilingual advice for strong observational studies

B - Descriptions of treatment in trials and reviews

B - The plague of plagiarism in an online world

B - Guidelines for Reporting Health Research

N - Feedjit, Real time traffic feeds

B - To Share or not to Share:Publication and QualityAssurance of ResearchData Outputs

B - Are international co-publications an indicator for quality of scientific research?

N - Free access boosts science in poor countries

B - How to give away your birthright for what?

N - The power of n=1

N - Government dismisses simplified spellings

B - How Do US Journalists Cover Treatments, Tests, Products, and Procedures? An Evaluation of 500 Stories

N - XML extra for Word helps editors

N - Nature rallies for evolution

N - Medline has 121 000 duplicate articles

B - Weighted impact factor proposal

B - Mind the hack

N - WHO renames bird flu viruses

N - Editorial boards lack women

N - Spanish portal opens access

N - Publishers confirm authors' rights