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Journals’ statistics rules ‘help tackle reproducibility crisis’

Academic journals may be able to help tackle science’s reproducibility crisis by issuing guidelines on the use of statistics in papers submitted for publication, researchers say.

UK and Australia explore post-Brexit bilateral research fund

Australian and British universities are exploring the possibility of setting up a bilateral research fund and a reciprocal visa for academic talent as the UK leaves the European Union.

German Universities oppose plan to compete on teaching quality

German universities have emphatically rejected a proposal that they fear could mean competing for funding on the basis of their teaching quality, but the plan is not off the table.

How automation could simplify emissions reductions

In March, Rocky Mountain Institute and our partners convened more than 60 stakeholders from across the electricity industry for two days in Chicago to explore the potential for a new and promising technology: automated emissions reduction, or AER.