1. Transformative agreements in the time of COVID-19 

  2. Checklists to detect potential predatory biomedical journals: a systematic review 

  3. Supporting a definition of predatory publishing 

  4. Open access, open data and peer review 

  5. All that’s fit to preprint 

  6. How swamped preprint servers are blocking bad coronavirus research 

  7. This (paywalled) article comes 25 years after the seminal book on open access called "Scholarly Journals at the Crossroads: A Subversive Proposal for Electronic Publishing". Should we laugh or cry? (Please send your votes on a postcard)

  8. Scholarly Publishing at a Crossroads: Scholarly Perspectives on Open Access 

  9. Continuing a Publishing Dialogue on Open Science 

  10. South Africa | Covid-19: An opportunity for universities to regain public trust 

  11. It Would Be Great to “Make China Pay” for COVID-19, But the Price Could Be High [From the American libertarian think tank, the Cato Institute] 

  12. Priorities for academic organisations in industry-academic partnerships - COVID-19 and beyond [It would be interesting to a similar article to this written for a university audience. Also, do universties always bear these issues in mind?]  @BristowsLawFirm

  13. Exploring the COVID-19 network of scientific research with SciSight 

  14. Returning to research (and research support) 

  15. Making a Material World Better, Faster Now: Q&A With Materials Project Director Kristin Persson  via @BerkeleyLab

  16. Understanding APC-free open access publishing options with PLOS 

  17. Open COVID Pledge Aims to Break Down Barriers to Innovation  via @sparc_na

  18. Timeline: 23 Years of Attempts to Restrict Public Health Science at EPA 

  19. Modelers pledge openness to combat COVID-19  via @cenmag