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Negotiations with Elsevier have stalled over Open Access deals.
Data on the career paths of young researchers would help to guide the lost generation.
Horizon 2020: the practice of conducting ethically dubious research in foreign countries is under fresh scrutiny.
One-quarter of surveyed institutions admit to not complying with guidelines.
A pilot experiment has seen 26 papers published under open-access terms so far and should yield a report by the end of the year.
Machine learning on mountain of safety data improves automated assessments.
Anonymous survey of young scientists reveals fresh accusations of bullying and harassment at astrophysics institute.
Revised rules are designed to help researchers focus on their work and compete with their counterparts globally.
Funders Jean Lebel and Robert McLean describe a new tool for judging the value and validity of science that attempts to improve lives.
Scott Pruitt, administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency, resigned on 5 July amid a series of ethical and spending scandals throughout his 16 months at the agency.
Doctoral students can use writing meet-ups to overcome isolation and depression and boost their motivation, says Karra Harrington.
A reflection as the seventh editor-in-chief of Nature hands over to the eighth.
The European country’s autocratic government has made a disturbing grab at the nation’s scientific institutions.
A group of open science advocates have launched the first preprint aimed exclusively at African scientists. The free, online outlet is one of a growing number for academics on the continent to share their work.
Women continue to form too small a proportion of this journal’s authors and referees.
More than 100 researchers describe their work and the struggles they face, including gender bias and achieving a positive work-life balance.
A fundraising pitch involves vastly different style and substance than a scientific talk. Entrepreneurial scientists and engineers need to understand and manage the differences.
Trump puts tariffs on Chinese technology and China retaliates with taxes on US chemicals.
A regular pastime can ease mental stress, improve work–life balance and help scientists to reach innovative solutions in their work.