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Everipedia, a two-year-old online encyclopedia, will become a decentralized, peer-to-peer, user-owned resource.
The digital currency is slowing our effort to achieve a rapid transition away from fossil fuels.
New technologies like artificial intelligence, self-driving vehicles and the internet of things could be used to reduce the widening economic gulf that is emerging in modern societies.
The OECD has just released a comprehensive report on Science, Technology and Industry for 2017. So how is France doing?
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.
The cost of renewables is plunging faster than forecasters anticipated just a few years ago as as technologies like gigantic wind turbines arrive on the market.
Tool to scrutinize research papers identifies mistakes in gene sequences.
The Atlas humanoid robot from Boston Dynamics can now do backflips. That's one hell of a feat for a bipedal machine.
Information manipulation is not new, yet everything is different. How do governments, preprints, algorithms, and our own responsibilities intersect? Where does peer review come in now?
If you’re a researcher writing software, this guide will show you how to make the work you share on GitHub citable.
Everybody talks about Blockchain these days, but why should we consider this technology when thinking about Open Scholarship?
AI is only loosely modeled on the brain. So what if you wanted to do it right? You’d need to do what has been impossible until now: map what actually happens in neurons and nerve fibers.
Increasing portability, scaling, reproducibility, and convenience of R users and developers.
Save time and protect critical code with 'continuous integration' services.
The world's first open-source, standards-based annotation capability in an EPUB viewer.
An open-source browser extension for linking, curating and sharing scientific insights across publishers.
Researchers planted a working hacker "exploit" in a physical strand of DNA.
Malware can be encoded into a gene and used to take over a computer program.
Although automated publishing would allow researchers to share their findings faster, while also removing human bias, there are obvious ethical dilemmas related to this dehumanisation of the process.
The STM Association Future Labs Committee explores the technology trends that will impact scholarly publishing by 2021.