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Based on a decision by the National Research Council, all publications produced in SNSF-funded projects are to be freely available in digital format as of 2020.
Avoiding bias in grant review is necessary to ensure the best research is funded, regardless of who proposes it.
Traditional employers like General Electric are using artificial intelligence and other elements of the work-on-demand business model to manage traditional full-time workforces.
Discussing the negative impacts of inaccessible outcomes, unavailable data, and doctored results in advancing science in general, and that impact in very concrete personal terms.
Moves to create a multi-speed Internet could push science into the slow lane.
What research caught the public imagination in 2017? Check out our annual list of papers with the most attention.
An interview presents the perspectives of Jonathan Tennant, an early-career researcher.
Universities in New Zealand spent close to US$15 million on subscriptions to just four publishers in 2016, data that was only released following a request to the Ombudsman.
Only 14 percent of all engineers in the U.S. today are women, and the gender imbalance continues, or even worsens, when women enter the workforce.
Research labs and field sites are swarming with men who sexually harass and assault their colleagues. But when women come forward, the perpetrators aren’t punished—the victims are.
French President Emmanuel Macron will award U.S. climate scientists with grants to conduct research in France for the remainder of President Trump’s current presidential term.
Prominent climate researcher Ken Caldeira says the House tax bill would prevent many graduate students from pursuing advanced degrees and carrying out critical research.
What can a crowdsourced survey of sexual harassment in academe tell us about the problem?
Terence Karran is fighting for a European agreement to enshrine researchers’ rights: a ‘Magna Carta’ for science.
The Journal Dashboards allow journals to see what people are saying about the papers they published, and allows readers to know which journals are particularly responsive to community feedback.
ORBIT (ORCID Reducing Burden and Improving Transparency) Project which engages funders to use persistent identifiers to automate and streamline the flow of research information between systems.
Larger political deal achieves a long-standing goal of scientific community, but hard tasks lie ahead.
"We've been very concerned for a long time about the difference in success rates for men and women applying to our various schemes," said Professor Anne Kelso, CEO of the NHMRC.
Offering seamless access to millions of open access research papers, enrich the collected data for text-mining and provide unique services to the research community.
The awarding of the grants comes as the Trump administration has proposed slashing federal science budgets and has dropped out of the Paris climate accord.