N - ArXiv seeks cash

N - Open access call

N - Present information agreeably

B - The health illiteracy problem in the USA

B - Limitations on the publishing of scientific research

B - Onwards and upwards: science needs governing

B - University Public-Access Mandates Are Good for Science

N - Journals lack policies on animals

B - the Article of the Future

N - Retracted papers and attempted extortion

N - Arab world far from knowledge society

N - Open access good for Africa

B - The GPP2 guidelines

N - Uniform form for competing interests

N - Rap about physics

N - Backslash backslash a mistake

N - The end of impact factors . . . and journals?

N - Scientific American gets female editor

N - Living in a world of euphemism

N - Tweeter satirises top stylebook

N - New words are not awesome

N - Write for peer reviewers

N - UK libel law risks patient harm

B - The textual characteristics of traditional and Open Access scientific journals are similar

N - European university presses fold

N - Cell highlights proteins and genes

B - On the need to distinguish between author and journal self-citations.

B - Never mind the impact factor: colleagues know better!