A new study suggests the Department of Justice’s China Initiative investigations may have strengthened the foreign power by encouraging more scientists to relocate there. Read more
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All 44 members of Critical Public Health board resign over Taylor & Francis’ article processing charges and alleged push for minimum paper counts Read more
China continued to produce more publications last year than anywhere else, according to new report Read more
Approximately 25 percent of citations in leading history journals were found to be inaccurate in a recent study published by a trio of academic researchers. Read more
Leading science funder warns institutions that faculty who mistreat staff can’t remain as grant supervisors Read more
Publishers of big journals ramp up efforts to ensure more transparency over what material has been fed into the likes of ChatGPT Read more
Companies consistently don’t pay full value for medical discoveries in what Bentley study calls a ‘systematic problem’ Read more
Despite recent scandals of research misconduct and error, the academic world still seems determined to look the other way Read more
White faculty are excluded from a National Science Foundation-funded “inclusive science” fellowship, in what one legal group calls a “blatant violation” of federal law. Read more
'Science Card' will allow users to contribute towards a range of scientific research projects through their daily spending. Read more