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A study that assesses which specific title characteristics influence the likelihood of being included in the “Altmetric Top 100”.
Although scientists often are urged to share their expertise with policymakers, the idea that evidence should drive policy is not always accepted.
Proposing a new kind of paper that combines the flexibility of basic research with the rigour of clinical trials.
Reclaiming the intellectual life of the university.
Beijing is ready for the US to stop taking all the credit on AI advancements.
A solution to fix the replication crisis in science: why do scientists not simply sell what they learn from their research?
How to prevent, diagnose, and treat the five diseases of academic publishing.
Chronicle of a two-day workshop curriculum to teach reproducible research using an interactive computational environment.
The soul of academic science is being destroyed, one patent at a time.
Global research funds for these illnesses are at their lowest levels for a decade, when cash for West Africa epidemic is excluded.
Trying to find a way to explain to a six-year-old how natural selection works is valuable practise for trying to write a lay summary in a grant proposal.
It’s more than a skirmish over funding, censorship, and “alternative facts”—it’s a battle for basic decency, the people we love, and the future of our planet.
ESA today announced it has adopted an Open Access policy for its content such as still images, videos and selected sets of data.
Data-centric science is emerging in concert with calls for increased openness in research.
The glass-ceiling index.
The motto being "as open as possible, as closed as necessary".
Reading a scientific paper is not the same as understanding Shakespeare.
Crowd troubled by direction of Trump administration.
Scientists ought to address the needs and employment prospects of taxpayers who have seen little benefit from scientific advances.
Funders, scientists, and journal editors will continue to play vital roles in defining a communication system that embraces both modern technology and the human need for curation.