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Good management can make an enormous difference in the success and productivity of any team.
Fertility centres are making a massive push to increase preimplantation genetic diagnosis in a bid to eradicate certain diseases.
Effort backed by the state’s flagship universities comes as US President Donald Trump shrugs off global warming.
Funding trouble at flagship research centre reflects a broader malaise in the country’s scientific priorities that must be addressed.
Scholarly work cited in patent literature and the value of the patents as perceived by the applicants of 200 leading global research institutions.
Institutions in Argentina and Brazil are struggling to maintain their funding and talent.
Emojis, smartphone technologies and revamped guidelines would boost transparency at scientific meetings, say Shai D. Silberberg and colleagues.
Large study of open research analysed reader data from Unpaywall tool, which finds freely available versions of articles.
One of scientists’ favourite statistics — the P value — should face tougher standards, say leading researchers.
The country wants to use a focus on research to solve its problems and build diplomatic ties in the Middle East.
SNSF grant-holders may deposit their scientific data in any recognized digital archive (commercial or not) that meets the FAIR principles.
Science should abandon its assembly-line mentality and rebuild for quality, not quantity, argues Michele Pagano.
President said ‘Make Our Planet Great Again’ — and researchers signed up.
Affordable dwellings are rare in many areas where junior researchers want to study or work.
Legislation introduced in the House of Representatives also rejects a White House plan to cut 'indirect cost' payments to research institutions.
China and other countries should look again at how they pay bonuses and allocate grants that are based on individual research papers.
Semantic Scholar is the first scientific engine to automatically identify the subset of a paper's citations in which the paper had a strong impact on the citing work.
Scientists are more concerned about the impact of sloppy science than outright scientific fraud.
Italian scientists eager to go for it alone on experiment to tackle ‘waste heat’ problem.
Many decisions about whose work is recognized are at least partially arbitrary, and we should acknowledge that.