19 January 2018
Dalmeet Singh Chawla
More countries are taking part in cross-border partnerships, but inequality remains.
18 December 2017
15 December 2017
Dalmeet Singh Chawla
Survey finds that women are more prone to recognizing honorary co-authors in papers, but less likely to pad citation lists.
12 December 2017
Ashish Arora, Sharon Belenzon & Andrea Patacconi
6 December 2017
What if it was funders and libraries instead of authors who paid processing fees?
16 November 2017
COMMENT: National initiatives that track people, rather than papers, will lead to better science in the United States.
13 November 2017
9 November 2017
An open society makes Canada an attractive destination for students and scientists, but only as long as government promises for increased funding are met.
8 November 2017
For centuries a hub of ideas and trade, London is embracing ambitious developments to boost research and local connections, despite the uncertainty caused by Brexit.
31 October 2017
A parliamentary hearing on research misconduct finds little evidence of improvement.
25 October 2017
Open-access publishing held to the same standards as paid subscription journals.
18 October 2017
A new model suggests bias towards novel results is driving down reproducible research.
16 October 2017
Lack of clarity on changes to the country's research assessment system provokes anxiety among early-career researchers.
9 October 2017
Researchers in the UK find that the impact factor of journal articles matches judgements by a panel of experts on research quality.
19 September 2017
140 institutions in the United States have spent five consecutive years in the Nature Index top 500.
22 May 2017
Early-career researchers in the UK are less likely to choose open access over subscription journals.
24 March 2017
Despite being among the top science nations, Japan's publication output has stalled over the past decade.
15 March 2017
Years of groundwork underpins rise in research collaborations.
7 March 2017
COMMENT: Ignoring evidence when deciding where research funding goes will not lead to high quality research, says Adrian Barnett.
27 February 2017
Several factors can help institutions secure one of these sought-after grants.
24 February 2017
G20 countries dominate global research spending and production, but the mix is changing.
29 November 2016
Uncertainty surrounding Britain’s future in EU research may be damaging science.
6 October 2016
Does pouring money into research always translate into better outcomes?
11 August 2016
Mark Zastrow, James Mitchell Crow
As a continent, Europe is home to the most rising stars in the index.
30 June 2016
Some UK universities may be affected more than others.
9 June 2016
A new chapter in an old rivalry
20 April 2016
The top 10 institutions in the Nature Index are the largest contributors to papers published in 68 leading journals in 2015