9 August 2019
Keeping participants involved can go a long way.
1 July 2019
These countries were the year's largest contributors to papers published in the past year in the 82 leading journals tracked by the Nature Index.
1 April 2019
Smriti Mallapaty (Data analysis by Rodrigo Costas Comesana)
Moving countries to further a career in science has its benefits, but it isn’t an option for everyone.
25 February 2019
Multimillion-dollar experiment generates tools to study marine microorganisms.
2 January 2019
The work of female researchers has a broader impact than citation analysis suggests, but not in India.
26 July 2018
Researchers call for a change in evaluation to recognise the importance of reproducibility.
25 July 2018
David Nicholas et al.*
The younger generation sees a collaborative system as key to discovery and advancement, a three-year tracking project reveals.
16 July 2018
Large pharmaceutical companies dominate the list of leading corporate institutions in the index.
15 June 2018
From a failed coup in Turkey, to prolonged financial crises in Greece and Spain, researchers in the region are struggling to keep up.
25 May 2018
Policies should account for the institutional factors that discriminate against women.
16 March 2018
Alfredo Yegros et al.
COMMENT: Large pharmaceutical companies do not target their scientific efforts on the deadliest diseases.
14 November 2017
Monica G. Salomone
Push for Catalonian independence evokes mixed reactions from scientists in the region.
27 October 2017
Monica G. Salomone
Barcelona lures scientists while Madrid is bound by bureaucracy.
31 January 2017
Size does matter when it comes to research performance.
7 July 2016
It is hard to predict how the result will impact the country's science and research landscape.
5 April 2016
A handful of influential professors are behind research partnerships between Russia and Brazil.