17 May 2019
Bec CrewThe US has a handy lead in the biomedical sciences, but China is hot on its heels.
20 November 2018
Scientific innovation has long powered the San Francisco Bay Area’s economy, but community and political challenges could undermine progress.
18 October 2018
Study finds "wasteful" skew in biomedical research funding towards those at the top.
20 September 2018
Catherine Armitage et al.
These newcomers are making their mark in science across the disciplines.
19 July 2018
Institutions in China and Japan dominate the chemistry top 10 in the Nature Index.
28 June 2018
By modelling the course of climate change, scientists are building an arsenal to prepare for its impact.
12 June 2018
These top 10 institutions in the Nature Index were the largest contributors to papers published in 82 leading journals in the past year.
7 June 2018
Two Beijing-based universities are among the top 10 academic institutions in the Nature Index.
13 February 2018
It’s wrong to dismiss preprint repositories as the junkyards of science, warns Ioannidis.
6 December 2017
What if it was funders and libraries instead of authors who paid processing fees?
13 November 2017
24 April 2017
Journal editors tend to accept manuscripts written by prior collaborators more quickly.
5 January 2017
Citations don't always reflect the quality or impact of a researcher's work.
7 November 2016
A new online award that recognises the contributions of highly-productive peer reviewers also highlights biases in the system that underscores scholarly publishing.
9 August 2016
The research the company is publishing in top journals.
17 June 2016
It's a battle between the east and west coast.
20 April 2016
The top 10 institutions in the Nature Index are the largest contributors to papers published in 68 leading journals in 2015