17 May 2019
Bec CrewThe US has a handy lead in the biomedical sciences, but China is hot on its heels.
16 May 2019
Ethical and equity challenges become more urgent.
1 April 2019
Smriti Mallapaty (Data analysis by Rodrigo Costas Comesana)
Moving countries to further a career in science has its benefits, but it isn’t an option for everyone.
31 January 2019
Peace and common membership of the European Union have allowed scientists in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland to build a unique, cross-border research system.
29 November 2018
Raynard Kington & Donna Ginther
Research is elucidating a complicated phenomenon.
18 October 2018
Study finds "wasteful" skew in biomedical research funding towards those at the top.
16 August 2018
The Open Science movement champions transparency, but how much and how quickly is a matter of dispute.
1 August 2018
Dina Fine Maron
Marketing algorithms prevent many women from seeing the advertising, even though it’s illegal to target jobs to one gender.
31 May 2018
Most researchers agree that drafting papers and interpreting results deserve recognition — but opinions don’t always match authorship guidelines.
18 December 2017
6 December 2017
What if it was funders and libraries instead of authors who paid processing fees?
21 November 2017
The lack of research institutes with links to Africa has scientists worried about the next Ebola outbreak.
16 November 2017
COMMENT: National initiatives that track people, rather than papers, will lead to better science in the United States.
13 November 2017
10 November 2017
Scott Andes and Daniel Correa
Even if the biggest cuts since World War II don't eventuate, alternative funding sources must be found.
3 November 2017
26 October 2017
New York's expensive office and lab spaces have deterred innovative life science firms, but with growing support for start-ups, the scene is changing.
10 August 2017
For the love of discovery, a biochemist freely shared the research which laid the groundwork for widely-used drugs.