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Merry Christmas to all from Digital Science! Here's a selection of our latest blog posts from over the last month. 
A very puzzling Christmas gift!

In this year's much anticipated Christmas video a secret location and a special gift bring Digital Science staff together to deliver a very important message from our global teams. Watch our Christmas video

The most shared and discussed research of 2015!


Explore Altmetric's list of the 100 research papers that got the most attention from mainstream media, blogs, Wikipedia, social media and post-publication peer review forums in 2015. Follow on Twitter using #AltmetricTop100. Read more

Demographic survey reveals major diversity challenges in scholarly publishing.


Findings from the survey of scholarly publishing professionals conducted by Digital Science and others reveal fewer women in top management roles and a lack of ethnic diversity. We'll be continuing the conversation with further blog posts and via the #STMchallenges hashtag. Read more
ReadCube data gives preliminary results of Nature Publishing Group's article sharing trial

December marks the 12-month milestone since Nature Publishing Group launched their content sharing trial using ReadCube technology. Read more

Letting out steam: reproducibility problems


"We’ve turned science into a pressure cooker and if we don’t let out a little steam, the reproducibility problems are likely to get worse," argues Phill Jones in his latest Perspectives post. Read more 

Symplectic release pioneering new Impact Module


Symplectic's module provides an easy method for not only capturing evidence of impact, be that a document or web link, but also for writing a narrative that explains the relevance and context of this evidence. Read more 

#FuturePub Boston Storify


Overleaf‘s #FuturePub event came to Boston for the first time! Check out all the tweets via our Storify. Read more
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