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Science journals are laughing all the way to the bank, locking the results of publicly funded research behind exorbitant paywalls. A campaign to make content free must succeed
New Scientist, the world’s leading science and technology weekly magazine, is pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Wilson as Editor.
Gene-edited seedless tomatoes don’t need pollinating to produce fruit – which could come in useful at a time when bees are on the decline
Wolfram Schultz, Peter Dayan, and Ray Dolan have today been awarded the €1 million Brain Prize by Denmark’s Lundbeck Foundation.
Software called DeepCoder has solved simple programming challenges by piecing together bits of borrowed code.
Traditional values will not serve us well when it comes to debating the ethics of novel technologies such as self-driving cars. We need a new moral code.
An artificial intelligence system developed by researchers at DeepMind and the University of Oxford got so good by watching 5000 hours of BBC programmes.
Dodgy results are fuelling flawed policy decisions and undermining medical advances. They could even make us lose faith in science. New Scientist investigates
Many scientists in the UK could soon find themselves isolated from their colleagues in Europe and Scotland. That must not happen.
Is 2014 the year that Europe gets drug companies to publish all their data on the safety and effectiveness of medicines?
It can seem like a magic word is needed to get published in the top academic journals. Is open access a genuine alternative?