Overall trust in scientists higher than in governments, media and business, global survey finds
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Study says findings are ‘concrete evidence to support concerns about racist and sexist misappropriation of research’
A coalition of US universities is freely sharing technology and intellectual property related to coronavirus, but this approach must not stop at the pandemic
German researchers let members of the public fire questions at them in 20-minute slots, and the result is a deep, albeit narrow, form of science communication
National Science Foundation’s new emphasis in postgraduate funding seen as backsliding on diversity
Springer Nature-Digital Science survey reveals that pandemic-hit researchers are more likely to return to old data, which some worry could lead to fraud
America’s reputation for having many of the world’s best universities derives largely from its distinguished record in research, mainly in the sciences and engineering.
Scientists at the University of Liverpool have unveiled a robotic colleague that has been working non-stop in their lab throughout lockdown.
Lack of enthusiasm for universities within new research ‘road map’ confirms government wish to spend funding elsewhere, says policy expert
New study shows strong link between headlines and citations, but scholars say more research needed on causality