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Book review: Jordan Ellenberg’s How Not To Be Wrong


Jordan Ellenberg is an algebraic geometer at the University of Wisconsin and a blogger at Slate. His book How Not To Be Wrong was new when he sent The Aperiodical a copy to review ages ago.

Open Access Update – 25th of May

The campaign to make access to scholarly literature fairer and broader has been picking up steam and moving quite quickly lately, so I thought it would be a good idea to collect the recent news about open access, the Elsevier boycott, and so on, all in one place.

To help you catch up with the story so far, the Guardian have published a (free) roundup of content on the “Academic Spring”.