Embargo breaks by Spanish, Chinese outlets force PNAS to lift embargo early for second time in two weeks
For the second week in a row, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) lifted its embargo early after embargo breaks.
This week, it involved two studies. Here’s the email that went out to the journal’s media list at 11:25 a.m. Eastern today, some three and a half hours before the embargo was scheduled to lift:
Due to an embargo break, PNAS is lifting the embargo early on the following two papers. All other articles are under the scheduled embargo: Read the rest of this entry »
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) lifted the embargo early today on a study of how people of various ethnicities may respond to the H7N9 flu strain after The Australian broke the scheduled 3 p.m. Eastern embargo.
From the PNAS press office earlier today: Read the rest of this entry »
Trouble is, the op-ed broke the embargo on the JAMA Internal Medicine paper.
From the JAMA press office today: Read the rest of this entry »
From an email sent to media by the RSNA Saturday morning, November 23: Read the rest of this entry »
For this story, I sent Nature paper to Henrich for comment. He said he had paper showing same thing out in 2wks (1/3) http://www.nature.com/news/bigger-groups-mean-complex-cultures-1.14158
Yong, for those few of you unfamiliar, is the prolific blogger and longform science journalist who brings the world such stories as “These Sea Slugs Penetrate Each Other In The Head During Sex.” His tweets caught my attention, and before I could find the time to ask him for details for a potential Embargo Watch post, he’d sent me this narrative, which I agree is a nice story: Read the rest of this entry »