Martin Paul EveMe: I really like my job and don't think a better one is out there.
St Andrews: Hold my beer.
"examine rat-catching practices and campaigns... so as to understand how they led to the emergence of new forms of human-rat interaction"
A family who spent nine years in a basement "waiting for the end of time" have been discovered by police in the Netherlands after one of them turned up at a local pub, reports say. The BBC reports: A man of 58 and a family with young adults aged 18...
Martin Paul EveDutch Family 'Waiting For End of Time' Discovered In Basement
We are delighted to announce that the Open Library of Humanities has been awarded a Coko Foundation’s 2019 Open Publishing Award in the category of Open Publishing Models yesterday at the FORCE2019 conference in Edinburgh Scotland. We would like to...
Martin Paul EveNews - The Open Library of Humanities wins Coko Foundation’s Open Publishing Award
We are extremely pleased to announce that Professor Martin Paul Eve of Birkbeck, University of London, a co-CEO and co-founder with Dr Caroline Edwards of the Open Library of Humanities, has been awarded a 2019 Philip Leverhulme Prize for his...
Last week, while I was having blood products transfused at the Royal Free Hospital, I received an email from the Leverhulme Trust stating that I had been awarded the 2019 Philip Leverhulme Trust Prize in Literary Studies.
To the Editor On behalf of our coauthors, we write to report a programming error and other errors that affected the results in our article, “Effect of a Program
Martin Paul EveRetraction due to programming error: "this reanalysis showed reversed study findings, with a higher number of hospitalizations and emergency department visits in the intervention compared with the usual care group"
Over 100 published studies may have incorrect results thanks to a glitchy piece of Python code discovered by researchers at the University of Hawaii.
An anonymous reader quotes Motherboard:
The glitch caused results of a common chemistry...
Martin Paul EvePython Code Glitch May Have Caused Errors In Over 100 Published Studies
Find out about Springer Nature’s open access (OA) policies for journal articles published via both the gold OA and subscription routes.
Martin Paul EveIt is frustrating that @PalgraveLit@Palgrave_ policies mean that you can't retrospectively make a book open access, even if you come into subsequent funding opportunities. ("It is not possible for authors to convert books to open access retrospectively")