Scientists Join the Global Climate Strike - March For Science
Over the last year, millions of school climate strikers have been leaving their classrooms every Friday. Young people have woken up much of the world, and now they are asking for everyone else to join them in action.
Making decisions before conducting analyses requires practice. Respecting both what was planned and what actually happened requires good judgment and humility in making claims. With the accelerating adoption of preregistration, we now face the challenge of figuring out how to use this methodology to its fullest potential.
Trust and Mistrust in Americans' Views of Scientific Experts
Public confidence in scientists is on the upswing, and six-in-ten Americans say scientists should play an active role in policy debates about scientific issues, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.
The Right to Read is the Right To Mine: But Not When Blocked by Technical Protection Measures
The Association of European Research Libraries is working with Libraries Archives Copyright Alliance (LACA) to gather evidence about what happens when Technical Protection Measures (TPMs) block researchers from accessing content because they have attempted text and data mining.
Commission Names Board Members for Horizon Europe Missions
The experts will be responsible for designing the large-scale, objective-driven research projects, which are seen as central to reframing Europe’s approach to tackling ‘grand challenges’ including climate change, soil erosion, sustainable food production and marine and freshwater pollution.
Council of Graduate Schools Data Show There's No One Way to Use a Doctorate
New data shows that many Ph.D.s switch jobs and employment sectors in their early careers and even into midcareer. So Ph.D. programs should help students navigate job opportunities and understand the value of their degrees across sectors.