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Main insights from the McKinsey Global Institute’s study "The Age of Analytics: Competing In A Data-Driven World" published in collaboration with McKinsey Analytics.
How should the scientific publication process be rethought to be more meritocratic?
When you pay for something, you expect to receive it. Whether a physical good or a service, there is the rightful expectation that you will receive something in exchange for your money. The same should be true for scientific research.
Like the phone, typewriter, or parchment and ink, social media is a tool for communicating with our fellow humans. It’s the best we’ve ever had, in fact.
It is remarkable that the sharing of academic research was the genesis of the modern web, yet today remains one of the last bastions of non-free content on the web.
An Interview With Sir Timothy Gowers
The Future Of Open Access
If peer review were a drug, it would never get on the market.
Editas, a company started by several gene-editing pioneers, gets new funding to develop treatments for blood cancers, eye diseases, and sickle-cell anemia.
Is public money being thrown away on scientific research whose results won’t hold up to scrutiny?
A deal being announced today with Genentech points the way for 23andMe to become a sustainable business.
It turns out that defining "raw" is a little trickier than it might seem.