The COVID-safe university is an opportunity to end the default ableism of academia
The restructuring of academia to make spaces and practices COVID-safe presents an opportunity to expand inclusivity, say Stuart Read, Anne Parfitt, and Tanvir Bush.
Stuart Read, Anne Parfitt, Tanvir Bush | 19 January 2021
COVID-19: Where is the data?
Levels of open data remain stubbornly low, despite efforts to make research publishing more transparent, say Julien Larregue et al.
Julien Larregue et al. | 22 December 2020
AI will change the world, so it’s time to change AI
To ensure that AI meets its potential as a transformative tool, it must be developed by a truly representative research community, say Tess Posner and Li Fei-Fei
Tess Posner & Li Fei-Fei | 10 December 2020
Three tips to adapt grants and papers for non-native English readers
Writing guides often advise “Don’t write anything that you wouldn’t say.” Michael Erard, who trains researchers to write grants and academic papers, disagrees.
Michael Erard | 23 November 2020
How the pandemic has transformed research methods and ethics: Three lessons from 33 rapid responses
Drawing on their experience working with 90 researchers worldwide, Helen Kara and Su-ming Khoo discuss the increasing complexity of the digital divide and new ethical dilemmas.
Helen Kara and Su-ming Khoo | 17 November 2020
How to turn a Eureka moment into a research project
From ‘napkin idea’ to published paper.
Bo Xia | 17 November 2020