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Open data is increasingly common, but when it comes to tackling global disease, more needs to be done.
Climate change is the perfect example of how a cut-and-dry scientific issue can become controversial if it is represented consistently in partisan terms. Let’s not drag funding into the fray as well.
Citizens need to ask for, understand and trust scientific evidence.
Just a hunch? Hardly. Think germ theory, atomic theory and the theory of evolution.
If we want science to serve society and the planet, then we all must take responsibility for institutional innovation in five key areas.
The time that you’re absolutely sick of saying it is about the time that your target audience has heard it for the first time.
Good looking, sociable people don’t make good scientists, according to popular stereotypes.
Scientists need to learn how to communicate science strategically.
Threat of a far-right president galvanizes researchers to put politics first.
Beth Simone Noveck urges researchers to work out how technology can improve public institutions.
Squeezed budgets for basic research will make it harder to respond to disease outbreaks and other global threats, say Arturo Casadevall & Ferric Fang.