This guest post by “Morty” will show you some useful life hacks to boost your publication output. To qualify however, you must be Editor-in-Chief or at least editorial board member, preferably with Elsevier.
The journal Statistical Papers, with editorial office at the University of Dortmund rejects all manuscript submissions if the authors do not cite papers from this Springer-published journal. The editors claim it is not about impact factor rigging.
I publish exclusively two uncensored UCL screening panel reports into the David Latchman and Anastasis Stephanou affair. Now we know which papers were investigated and which requested retractions didn’t happen.
Katrin Amunts and University of Düsseldorf deploy lawyers to silence whistleblowers. After I was threatened with lawsuit, this post replaces the previous one. Learn the truth of who owns the brains in Moscow.
Katrin Amunts is director of Human Brain Project. Back when the Berlin Wall fell, this Moscow-trained young neuroscientist from GDR found a new mentor in Western Germany: Professor Karl Zilles. It is a remarkable story of a literal brain drain.
Two old gynaecology professors in Milan decided to racially profile, then rate their misinformed young patients for sexual attractiveness. Their even published this as an evo-psych study in a respected society journal.
The emails published here prove that EU Special Envoy for OA, Robert Jan Smits, received constant counselling from Frontiers CEO Kamila Markram when designing Plan S. It seems, Frontiers and Smits share exactly same vision for the future of scholarly publishing.