¿Piensas que coronavirus va a ser la palabra del año? No te falta parte de razón, pero creo que lo que de verdad va a perdurar socialmente de este 2020 no va a ser el coronavirus, sino el concepto de distanciamiento social. De la desglobalización que este fenómeno va a contribuir a apuntalar ya hablamos […]
To start off the week, I am delighted to share three new articles/preprints/perspectives about reforming various elements of scholarly communication/publishing/open science. Enjoy, and any feedback very much welcomed! Open Science has become commonly understood in terms of its practices. Open Access, Open Data, and Open Source software are all becoming commonplace in academia. However, unlike […]
Orthodoxy whether of the right or of the left is the graveyard of creativity. ~Chinua Achebe Until a week ago, I was a tenure-track assistant professor at a small college. Then I was fired. And although I am but one professor at one small college in one small town, I want to persuade you that, […]
Early View First published: 26 February 2020 https://doi.org/10.1002/acn3.50988 Funding Information: This work was generously supported by grants from the UCSF Clinical and Translational Science Institute Resource Allocation Pilot program and an investigator initiated award from Genentech. To create a novel neurological vital sign and reliably capture MS‐related limb disability in less than 5 min. Consecutive patients […]
From Harvard Global Health Institute, Cambridge, and Harvard Medical School (M.C.M., I.T.K., A.K.J.), Partners Healthcare International (M.C.M.), Brigham and Women’s Hospital (I.T.K.), and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (A.K.J.), Boston — all in Massachusetts.
“We believe political message reach should be earned, not bought,” Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey proclaimed last October in a series of tweets anticipating the platform’s ban on political advertising. Since big tech firms often overlook their exacerbation of social and political inequality, Dorsey’s proclamation is significant. Yet President Trump’s recent use of Twitter to undermine […]
QR code of paperThe publication process is broken. We are all desperate to get our papers in high-impact factor journals, because we are being judged by what we publish. The journals know this and either have a set of reviewers that can ask the earth before the work is published and then they charge you […]