Using open document formats could create a domino effect where more and more work is modified and shared.
The purpose of HardwareX is to help accelerate the distribution of low-cost high-quality open source scientific hardware.
Open source news roundup for May 29 - June 4, 2016
A new journal aims to go beyond traditional scientific publishing by encompassing all outputs of the research cycle.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at community-oriented GPL enforcement, the ONOS project partnering with the Linux Foundation, an open source mod for making music with Texas Instruments calculators, and more!
Welcome to the first installment of a monthly feature where we explore how open source software and the open source way are used in the digital humanities. Every month, Joshua Allen Holm will take a look at open source tools you can use in your digital humanities research and some humanities... Read more
Imagine a world where scientists and inventors had no access to the accomplishments of the generations which came before us. The wheel would, quite literally, need to be reinvented by everyone who came along and wanted to move forward.
Thirty-eight new genera or species of dinosaur were announced in 2014, spanning everything from sauropods to tyrannosaurs to horned dinosaurs. Seventeen of these, or about 45%, were published in open access or free-to-read journals.
In February 2014, the Government of India declared the South Asian language Odia as the 6th classical language of India which is one among 22 scheduled languages of India and has a literary heritage of more than 5,000 years. There are documents for more than 3,500 years, and the rest are... Read more
The ever rising cost of academic journals is a major burden for researchers. Academic libraries cannot always keep up with increases in subscription fees causing libraries to drop journals from their collection. This makes it harder for students and professors to quickly and easily access the... Read more