New study shows strong link between headlines and citations, but scholars say more research needed on causality
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A Spanish archaeologist has been sentenced to more than two years in prison and fined €12,490 (over $14,000) for forging some of his most famous findings.
Failure to improve predictions compounds concerns over effectiveness, accuracy and racial bias
Ocean science’s ‘brute force’ approach is impossible in space. But extraterrestrial necessity may also be the mother of fruitful invention when it comes to probing the alien worlds beneath the terrestrial waves
At a time of upheaval, early career researchers need more support than ever. Here, three experts offer their advice on mentoring when online is the only option
Deleted posts, suspensions and investigations are part of a larger trend of control that predated the pandemic, experts say
Social scientists should be more open that their policy advice is usually based on small experiments done in university settings, study recommends
Accusations that China is stealing virus research could harm US vaccine efforts and overseas enrolments, experts warn
Scientists fighting for more publicly available research say changes made during Covid-19 crisis have influenced their efforts
A Northwestern University professor criticized the New York Times for an inaccuracy in its 1619 project.