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Moves to create a multi-speed Internet could push science into the slow lane.
Giving EU nationals the right to remain in the UK will boost confidence, say observers.
The Nature Awards for Mentoring in Science show that it is crucial to support researchers in leading their groups well.
A push to reverse its brain drain is providing the expertise to tackle its domestic problems.
Worries over the cost of an education spill over into protests.
Negotiations to reduce journal prices and promote open access are progressing slowly.
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Scientists who collaborate locally publish more papers and are more highly cited than those who engage in long-distance relationships.
Funders should not support policy-relevant work that treats policy impact as an afterthought.
Unfettered inquiry now has a publishing outlet.
"It is not statistics that is broken, but how it is applied to science." - S. Goodman
A small community of scientists has taken a do-it-yourself approach to microscopy: when the right tool for the job doesn’t exist, make it.
Clarity in UK and EU policy must come soon, so science funds can be spent well, says Venki Ramakrishnan.
A collection that explores recent developments and debates in the UK and internationally, offering varied perspectives on the future of research assessment.
Early career researchers have an essential role to play in the move towards open research.
Long-awaited industrial strategy pins hopes on commercial gains from research.
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Letter from Nobel prizewinners denounces plight of Ahmadreza Djalali.
If your institution won’t break down barriers for you, do it yourself.
Creating a culture of replication takes prizes, grants and magnanimity — as well as publications.