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The researcher behind a groundbreaking baldness study says eating fries is not the solution.
Similar programs face cuts under President Trump's proposed budget.
Less time to review: Reviewers should only be given a few weeks to review papers. Every academic I've every spoken to tells
This is not a doomsday pronouncement, but a storm warning. Unless the scientific community enforces the highest standards of scientific integrity, scientific research could become engulfed by fake news.
From March through June 2016, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and the nonprofit Center for Open Data Enterprise ran a series of four Open Data Roundtables. These events brought together a total of 290 experts from inside and outside of government.
Hiroshi Maeda of Sojo University and the University School of Medicine, Japan, and Yasuhiro Matsumura of the University of
Through financial support for research, mentoring, professional development and collaboration on innovative and exciting
The Scientific American editors quickly got cold feet. Black's article had been set up in type for printing when the editors
1. Organic Electronics Credit You've heard that "you are what you eat," but the emerging study of nutrigenomics is taking
It is up to the transplant community to affirm, loud and clear, that the lack of organs for transplant is a desperate and unmet need, and that innovative research is necessary to bridge the gap.
The Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative has just launched SPARK (Simons Foundation Powering Autism Research for Knowledge), a groundbreaking online project to accelerate research and advance understanding of the genetic underpinnings of autism.
Ann Fabian is an American historian. She is working on a book about herpetologist Mary Cynthia Dickerson. A careful reader
In this year's NCAA tournament, Harvard and Stanford failed to qualify and are therefore missing from the current edition
The 2016 federal budget approved in December was the product of tough political wrangling but contained at least one provision with bipartisan support: significant increases in government spending on scientific research.
Doesn't a discovery that confirmed Einstein's prediction of spacetime ripples deserve a little more than a comment that was "totes" just patronizing to me and ignorant of the meaning of my post?
Math class may be tough for many men and women. That does not mean it creates a barrier. Science can be accessible to all
The National Institutes of Health (NIH), has lost nearly a quarter of its purchasing power in the last decade. Congressional
For a sampling of academic research devoted to the world of Star Wars, analysts at Thomson Reuters turned to the Web of Science