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Journal publishing can no longer keep up with the pace of scientific research.
Why do we need middlemen in academia in the era of electronic publishing?
Or why we should choose what to fund at random.
The right approach and a little extra effort will help improve your scientific literacy.
Relying just on numbers to assess gender equality is insufficient because companies and researchers are smart enough to game the system.
Rapid developments in artificial intelligence and machine learning have enabled scientific racism to enter a new era, in which machine-learned models embed biases present in the human behavior used for model development.
Trying to make the problems with bioRxiv as clear as possible.
Knowing the world may require giving up on understanding it.
Advances in science and public health policy have saved over 107 million lives in 25 years.
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Women scientists from yesterday who overcame even bigger barriers and changed the world.
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Inside the invisible war for the open internet.
A recently revealed contract between Elsevier and the Dutch research institutes lays bare the retardant tactics the publishing giant employs to stifle the growth of open access.
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Stencila, an app for creating and viewing data-driven reproducible publications.