Critics argue that The Lancet failed to disclose potential conflict of interest when dismissing the leak theory
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Switzerland classifies “unjustified” self-citation or claiming authorship despite contributing little as grounds for sanctions.
Analysis argues that science has a ‘critical problem’ because its self-correction process is slow and ineffective
New data highlight minorities and women in science, along with one particularly understudied group: scientists with disabilities.
Sectors should bury the hatchet and bolster each other’s intelligence capabilities, Australian paper suggests
The US government is converging on a long-awaited set of rules designed to protect American science from theft by foreign spies.
The White House's $2 trillion infrastructure proposal features R&D, climate, broadband and help for underserved.
Cambridge University Press recently struck dozens of open-access publishing deals with U.S. institutions, convincing many libraries to abandon their traditional journal subscription arrangements for the first time.
UK scientific heavyweights unite to condemn massive cuts to overseas research and urge rethink on potential UKRI reductions
A report from the White Coat Waste Project found that more than $50 million taxpayer dollars went to human fetal tissue research projects on college campuses in the past year.