Why Not License Referees?

Let’s train and evaluate the folks who get to make or break careers.

How to Publish without Financially Perishing

The increasing use of indemnity clauses in publishing agreements makes the author, not the publisher, fully responsible for defending even frivolous lawsuits against the publisher.

Faculty Ownership of Research Affirmed

The US Supreme Court in June handed down a victory for faculty members by ruling that federal patent law favors the rights of individual researchers over those of their employers. The case was Board of Trustees of Leland Stanford Junior University v. Roche Molecular Systems, Inc.

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