Academics see end of Trump as end of rules deterring global research recruitment
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Covid is no reason to ease off on demands for open knowledge, Australian forum hears
In a global report, many say policymakers are not heeding their guidance while also expressing concern over future pandemics and the funding needed for projects
The pandemic has brought the power and consolations of scholarship to the fore.
Organisers refused to engage with the problem, or offered a series of stock excuses, say campaigners
Former Australian vice-chancellor says gains for women in recent decades ‘cannot be lost’
The South Asian country is now fourth in the world for science productivity but experts say quality issues remain
Large-scale study backs up other research showing relative declines in women's research productivity during COVID-19.
Three-year deal will allow researchers to publish papers without paying additional article-processing charges
Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the biggest private US funder of biomedical research, seeks to push adoption of European-led standard