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Liberating Dark Data Make many scientists deeply uncomfortable, because it calls for them to reveal their "failures." But in this data-intensive age, those apparent dead ends could be more important than the breakthroughs. After all, some of today's most compelling research efforts aren't one-off studies that eke out statistically significant results, they're meta-studies — studies of studies — that crunch data from dozens of sources, producing results that are much more likely to be true. What's more, your dead end may be another scientist's missing link, the elusive chunk of data they needed. Freeing up dark data could represent one of the biggest boons to research in decades, fueling advances in genetics, neuroscience, and biotech. 
SCIENTIFIC PAPERS FOR FREE
SCIENCE'S PIRATE QUEEN ALEXANDRA ELBAKYAN
is allowing everyone access to academic publishing for free. She is doing the exact same thing as Aaron Swartz.
Public Library of
Science The Public Library of Science (PLoS) is a
non-profit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and
medical literature a freely available public resource.
The journals, to be titled Public Library of Science Biology and Public Library of Science Medicine, are expected to start publication during the last half of 2003. Scientists are urged to boycott scientific and scholarly journals that refused to make articles freely available online no more than six months after their original publication.
The first open peer-reviewed journal called PLoS ONE is focused on papers in science and medicine. Papers in PLoS ONE will not undergo rigorous peer review before publication. Any manuscripts that is deemed to be a "valuable contribution to the scientific literature" can be posted online, beginning the process of community review. Authors are charged a fee for publication; however, fees may be waived in some instances.
- Directory of open access journals
The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ, http://www.doaj.org <http://www.doaj.org/> ) contains 3000 open access journals, i.e. quality controlled scientific and scholarly electronic journals that are freely available on the web.
- MIT PRESS Information Technologies and
Information Technologies and International Development (ITID) has become the first journal published by The MIT Press to participate in the open access initiative. Now you can retrieve peer-reviewed full text PDF articles from the journals website, free of charge
A group of big scientific
publishers has hired [Eric Denzenhall, the pit bull of PR] to take on the free- information
which campaigns for scientific results to be made freely available. ... Apparently the truth is
inappropriate for Wiley and others who want to keep their economic goldmine in scientific publishing.
Scientific publishing Scared enough to fight dirty:
... focus on simple messages, such as "Public access equals government censorship".
... publishers should attempt to equate traditional publishing models with peer review, and "paint a picture of what the world would look like without peer-reviewed articles" [comments]
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