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New LERU report makes recommendations on the many ways in which gender bias can be avoided.
Spanish researchers are still waiting for the full implementation of a law which was approved six years ago.
“When seven come together unanimously than it’s much stronger than if only one person signs."
Citizens need to ask for, understand and trust scientific evidence.
Are we ready to give up traditional financial and governance control in favour of decentralised blockchain applications harbouring greater transparency?
European Digital City Index measures fertility of cities across Europe for innovative digital firms.
Starting a family has less influence than before on the pursuit of an academic career for researchers.
As top-down governance gives signs of obsolescence, it is time to adopt greater bottom-up input from scientists into policies influencing our lives.
Squaring science with the human factor
Thomas König examines the consequences of the predicted fall of influence of British scientists on the future of European science.
How a likely change in science policy in the US may result in a shift of the centre of gravity of research, particularly in certain disciplines.
The measurement of Impact Factor – how many citations a publication or a researcher is able to attract, is one of the most controversial yet most widely used quality indicators in science.
The story of La Paillasse: an open lab which aims to cut out the intermediaries and create a much more open way of doing research, enabling to fast-prototype solutions to scientific problems.
Technology has evolved so much so that it now offers simple solutions to cut trough the paperwork and make the scientific process more efficient, more collaborative and altogether smarter.
In an era where research bureaucracy is the biggest burden bestowed upon scientists, some are seeking practical solutions.
A collectionof YouTube’s most popular and emerging science channels.
How easy is it really to exactly replicate a scientific experiment by just reading the published result?
The World Conference on Research Integrity will discuss concrete actions that can be adopted by funding agencies and journals to improve research integrity.
Critiques are increasingly challenging the way research is being performed. Recent scandals revealing scientific fraud have made media headlines.
Solitude often holds negative connotations. Yet, solitude in science it is not necessarily a bad thing.