Strategy for institutional financing of open science follows California and UK models
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Commercial aid steers research agenda away from public health impacts, Australian study suggests
Male PhD students reporting higher levels of psychological distress than women, survey says
Flagship research universities across the country are bracing for a grim 2021, moving toward program closures and tenure-line reductions in the face of major budget shortfalls
Oxford University and AstraZeneca became the first Covid-19 vaccine makers to publish final-stage clinical trial results in a scientific journal Tuesday, clearing a key hurdle in the global race to produce safe and effective drugs for the new coronavirus.
International higher education scholar suggests global science is entering a new era of fragility
A researcher pleaded guilty to charges of making false statements about his ties to China.
The government points to a decade of funding guarantees, but critics have taken aim at draconian punishments for campus protests and the rushed scrapping of a PhD vetting body
Prestigious journal group seeks to spread cost of publishing across a greater number of authors than those accepted for publication