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Steps towards transparency in research publishing – Nature (September 2017)

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As research and editorial processes become increasingly open, scientists and editors need to be proactive but also alert to risks.

This Nature piece reflects upon components of and challenges/risks in open science.

Progress in the transparency of both research and editorial processes is gathering pace. This was demonstrated at the International Congress on Peer Review and Scientific Publication in Chicago, Illinois, earlier this month, and in various discussions that are under way among publishers, researchers and others.
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The examples given here relate to initiatives by the Nature Research journals, some of which follow pioneering work by other publishers.
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