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Creating a culture of replication takes prizes, grants and magnanimity — as well as publications.
Use the Montreal Protocol to manage controversial work intended to limit global warming, urges Stephen O. Andersen.
Some top researchers prosper in Hungary as country tries to improve its international standing in science.
A US Research Integrity Advisory Board is long overdue. Such a leadership body would mitigate bad practices and strengthen good research.
Tool to scrutinize research papers identifies mistakes in gene sequences.
Legacy of apartheid means academia has remained largely white.
National initiatives that track people, rather than papers, will lead to better science in the United States.
More support is needed to keep early-career investigators in a biomedical research career.
Pledge to raise country's public research funding to £12.5 billion in 2021–22.
Adding to PhD students’ woes will undermine US research and economy.
Venture will launch next year and seeks to strengthen continent’s science by helping academics share work more quickly.
A collection of web-browser plug-ins is making the scholarly literature more discoverable.
As new ways emerge to assess research, Alex Csiszar recalls how the first one transformed the practice and place of science in society.
Researchers should recognize communities that feel over-researched and under-rewarded.
Declining outputs in California, Massachusetts, New York and Maryland have made the biggest dent in US science.
An analysis of a large database of medical research papers shows a correlation between women's authorship and the likelihood of a study including gender and sex analysis.
Critics say selection process for high-stakes funding programme is flawed.
A look at what we have published highlights the variety of editorial judgements in selecting and assessing papers.