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On the potential disconnect between what researchers want to research and what funders want to fund.
Study finds that people aren’t great at spotting fake images.
House of Representatives spending panel adds language that limits the National Science Foundation’s ability to set priorities.
A Dutch funding agency is making €3 million available to repeat landmark studies—including one published in 1960.
Office of Science and Technology Policy has so far played little role.
Physicist John Holdren was for 8 years Obama’s top aide on science and technology issues.
Measure would prevent Trump administration from slashing portion of grant that covers indirect costs
Navigating leave policies can be tricky, so postdocs need to be proactive and investigate all their resources.
How deep learning is helping scientists cope with a data deluge.
AI systems spot new particles, see galaxies, sense the public mood from social media.
Grant will help sequence thousands of plants, insects, and fungi
As neural nets push into science, researchers probe back
Michel Aubier downplayed the health risks of air pollution while on oil company Total's payroll
The ‘trainee’ designation has broad implications, noted speakers at the Future of Biomedical Graduate and Postdoctoral Training meeting earlier this month.
The proportion of researchers who only conducted fundamental research collapsed, declining from 24% to 1.6% between 2006 and 2015.
A House of Representatives spending panel wants to spare the National Science Foundation (NSF) from most of the 11% cut that was proposed by President Donald Trump for its 2018 budget.
Project probing whether high-impact papers can be replicated releases latest results
Patients can plead their case for damages even in the absence of scientific evidence, European Court of Justice rules
As internship opportunities expand, doctoral candidates reap the benefits.
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