Frequent collaborators are less likely to produce replicable results
Stick with who you don't know.
Gemma Conroy | 20 September 2019
South Korea’s ‘Nobel prize project’ gets overhaul
The Institute for Basic Science has been rocked by accusations of financial mismanagement over the past year.
Mark Zastrow | 18 September 2019
Elsevier investigates hundreds of peer reviewers for manipulating citations
The publisher is scrutinizing researchers who might be inappropriately using the review process to promote their own work.
Dalmeet Singh Chawla | 12 September 2019
Experts question China’s bid to create world-class journals
"Scientists always prefer to publish in the world’s top journals over domestic ones."
Hepeng Jia | 4 September 2019