Keynote: One Scientist’s Wish List for STM Publishers

Philip Bourne
Editor-in-Chief, PloS Computational Biology
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The scholarly output of an academic scientist continues to change in an on-line world. Slowly the review and reward system is coming to appreciate this change. Will the contract between scientist and publisher change to be more than one of handling final manuscripts to one of maintaining the workflow of scholarly discourse – ideas, hypotheses, protocols, data, interpretations of these data, and conclusions, all in a variety of formats and modes of dissemination. Small steps are best and are already under way. Bourne will discuss some of these steps and what might come next from the perspective of a scientist excited by the prospects.

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