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