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Scholars and political leaders describe increasing concerns about Chinese government influence over teaching and research in the U.S. and Australia.
Science funding in Brazil appears frozen at 2017 amounts - its lowest level in 10 years, despite promises of a 40% increase.
Lack of international representation on scientific journals' editorial boards has persisted since 1985.
Philip Campbell to continue at publisher Springer Nature.
As a new president takes office, scientists in the country and beyond should urge the administration to make science a priority, says Dexter Tagwireyi.
About 40 scientific unions and associations plus 140 national and regional science academies and research councils will be subsumed under the umbrella organisation.
Ahmadreza Djalali, a researcher in disaster medicine, has 20 days to appeal against his death sentence.
Federal spending on science has dropped by half in 5 years.
If officials don't act soon, research institutions could start shutting down next year.
A clear correlation between a nation's scientific influence and the links it fosters with foreign researchers exists.
The G7 countries have agreed to explore ways of cooperating to fund research and innovation activities.
At a research facility in France 35 countries are working on a project that could transform energy.
The country wants to use a focus on research to solve its problems and build diplomatic ties in the Middle East.
Spanish researchers are still waiting for the full implementation of a law which was approved six years ago.
Heavy investment and low cost of living is powering a meteoric rise.
Researchers refuse to sit on evaluation panels after government bans international participation.
The Swedish government has changed the university law to ensure all doctoral candidates are made an employee of the university with a salary.
The latest threat to academic freedom is occurring in the heart of Europe, in Hungary.
Analysis of research performance through a gender lens across 20 years, 12 geographies, and 27 subject areas.
The region's scientists lament that their research is too often disconnected from the larger scientific world. In the age of Zika, that needs to change.