The US government is converging on a long-awaited set of rules designed to protect American science from theft by foreign spies.
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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.
Beijing follows Shenzhen and other cities in seeking to attract laureates, but experts question whether initiative will have trickle-down effect on basic science
Harvard researchers say coronavirus transmission would have been less had the U.S. paid reparations.
From doubts about safety in older people to questions about variants, scientists have faced a battle to convince the public and regulators
Strategy for institutional financing of open science follows California and UK models
The newly revised Copyright Law will come into effect from June 1 next year. The law, which has been amended in 2001, 2010 and 2020, plays an important role in protecting copyright owners' legitimate rights and has been promoting innovation and creativity ever since it was introduced in 1990.