Elsevier Is Becoming a Data Company. Should Universities Be Wary?
For years university researchers have complained that the publishing giant has driven up the costs of journals. Now, as data-sharing becomes more valuable, the company’s shifting focus is raising new concerns.
As Marches Approach, Science Advocates Warn Universities to Prepare for Backlash
As a young professor 25 years ago, Lisa J. Graumlich awoke to a career success: Her work studying tree-ring patterns to reconstruct 1,000 years of global climate history had just become headline news...
Freeze on Federal Activities Gives Scientists a Chill
Researchers raised alarms over reports of a clampdown on grants and communications by the EPA and other agencies. Some of those orders apparently are now being walked back, but long-term questions remain.