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Springer Nature announced a collaboration with Watson Health to expand and enhance the integration of valuable genomics.
A group of researchers wants PubMed to start publishing conflict-of-interest information upfront.
For 16th century zoologists, it was like Google's arrival. Rather than punch a keyboard, they could thumb over Conrad Gessner’s sensational work.
When physicists and mathematicians venture into the social sciences, new discoveries await — but a lot of bickering and mistrust must be overcome first.
The fight over the Crispr patents.
Scientists are designing cells that can manufacture drugs, food and materials and even act as diagnostic biosensors.
A contribution to the "Open Innovation", "Open Science", and "Open to the World" agenda.
There’s more money to be made investing in drugs that will extend cancer patients’ lives by a few months than in drugs that would prevent cancer in the first place.
The vast majority of scientific papers today are published in English. What gets lost when other languages get left out?
Die Menschheit steht vor großen Herausforderungen. Doch das Wissenschaftssystem bleibt starr. Das muss sich ändern.
Assessing diversity for a sustainable research base.