17 November 2020
A viral hit?
17 November 2020
Helen Kara and Su-ming Khoo
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.
23 October 2020
Conference organizers appear hesitant to embrace virtual setups, says Verena Haage. For those that do, the benefits can be significant.
19 October 2020
Quirin Schiermeier et al.
From Germany to India, researchers are grappling with how to run labs and lessons under extraordinary restrictions.
6 October 2020
Government funding post-COVID-19 will see an increased emphasis on research impact. This could see blue skies research pushed into the private sector, says Daniel Hook
28 August 2020
A briefing on developments in coronavirus research publishing.
25 August 2020
COVID-19 is forcing researchers to rethink ways of amassing data.
21 July 2020
It’s easy to get it wrong, so here are 5 principles for getting it right.
2 July 2020
Many scientists have taken on extra work loads during the pandemic. Here a chemist, a publisher and an infectious disease expert reveal their efforts.
Coronavirus vaccine front-runner Moderna puts MIT chemist-entrepreneur Robert Langer in the spotlight
30 June 2020
4 lessons from his playbook.
9 June 2020
“Our ability to recognize troubles looming on the horizon was, at best, inadequate.”
29 May 2020
Pandemic-related measures to retain early career researchers could block the pipeline for the next generation.
26 May 2020
How to stand out in the fast-growing throng.
25 May 2020
Women’s jobs are “the first to go" in pandemic-related cuts.
22 May 2020
It’s about staring at yourself, and the silences.
7 April 2020
How a spur-of-the-moment decision went viral.