Seeds from genetically modified barley plants are being used in a process which creates lab-grown meat. Read more
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While open-access science has made research available worldwide, some scholars worry that misinformation, fraud and politicization have become rampant in a system that rewards speed and sparkle. Read more
The University of Arizona recently hosted a seminar in which scholars and grad students discussed how “pro-migrant, anti-capitalist” outcomes can be achieved through research projects, in particular amid the COVID pandemic. Read more
Andrea Pető was asked to withdraw criticism that a Europe-wide standards group had failed to confront illiberalism in Hungary and Poland Read more
MPs investigate role of journal publication in the early stages of the pandemic Read more
Charles Lieber, former chair of Harvard’s Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, is accused of lying to the federal government. Read more
‘Unsung heroes’ of UK research are too often denied seat at the table, says major review of technical staff and skills Read more
Measure to expand NSF and retain foreign scholars with scientific expertise faces showdown over Senate’s even tougher approach to China Read more
Researchers at UK universities are bracing themselves for sanctions affecting science partnerships with Russia, including in climate science and space research, as the government seeks to isolate Vladimir Putin over the invasion of Ukraine. Read more
Universities UK, which represents 140 institutions, fears ministers could be about to abandon the Horizon scheme. Read more