Andrew Dunn has worked in STEM scholarly publishing for most of the last 11 years, starting out with the life and biomedical science publisher Faculty of 1000, working for their literature evaluation service. For the last 4 years, Andrew has worked for the Royal Society Publishing, where he initially managed the hybrid journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A, before taking on his current role with Royal Society Open Science, which is the latest of the Royal Society’s journals. In this position, Andrew has managed the introduction of Replication studies as an article type, implemented mandatory publishing of peer review information, and introduced article processing charges on Royal Society Open Science to ensure the sustainability of the journal.
All Sessions by Andrew Dunn
Sponsor Talk: Society Publishing: Open Science & Open Data
The world’s oldest national scientific academy and publisher of scientific journals, The Royal Society, has taken a leading role in fostering ‘open science’. From encouraging a move towards open access publishing to recent policy work on research culture and hosting a conference on the future of scholarly scientific communications. The Royal Society has taken concrete action to support our policy pronouncements. Most recently leading the way to open up peer review and to improve reproducibility in research through encouragement of study pre-registration and open data mandates.