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'Tired of medals': new letters reveal how Alfred Russel Wallace shunned Darwin's fame

17.07.2017

Is the Staggeringly Profitable Business of Scientific Publishing Bad for Science?

03.07.2017

Pressure to Publish in Journals Drives Too Much Cookie-Cutter Research

03.07.2017

‘I Have to Be True To Who I Am as a Scientist’

02.07.2017

'Exaggerations' Threaten Public Trust in Science

28.06.2017

In a World Ruled by Rumour, it Is Vital that Scientists Speak with Humility and Clarity

23.06.2017

Why I Left Physics for Economics

22.06.2017

Why We Can't Trust Academic Journals to Tell the Scientific Truth

06.06.2017

We Need to Rethink Research Funding for Regions to Prosper

05.06.2017

Dozens of Recent Clinical Trials May Contain Wrong or Falsified Data, Claims Study

05.06.2017

Should Ageing Academics Be Forced to Quit?

02.06.2017

Essential to Good Science

01.06.2017

It's Time for Academics to Take Back Control of Research Journals

24.05.2017

The Meaning of Life in a World Without Work

08.05.2017

Why Open Source Pharma Is the Path to Both Cheaper and New Medicines

19.04.2017

They Will Pay as Much Attention to Us as We Do to Ants

18.04.2017

Can Pre-School Children Learn to do Science?

04.04.2017

Dear Anonymous Peer-Reviewer, Your Criticism Made Me a Better Researcher

01.04.2017

First UK Licence to Create Three-Person Baby Granted by Fertility Regulator

18.03.2017

How Can We Tackle the Thorny Problem of Fraudulent Research?

15.03.2017
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