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The latest volume of Einstein's papers covers the infancy of quantum mechanics and new challenges to the theory of relativity.
For years, scientists have declared P values of less than 0.05 to be "statistically significant." Now statisticians are saying the cutoff needs to go.
Particles associated with a blazar kick-start the field of neutrino astronomy.
Sexual harassment is disturbingly prevalent in academia. But a course correction may involve tearing down the hierarchy that makes science run.
Psychologists are pessimistic about the state of their field but want to improve, a survey shows. But are new measures working?
Scientists have to publish a constant stream of new results to succeed. But in the process, their success may lead to science’s failure, two new studies warn.
The truth can be hard to find with millions of data points and lots of room for error.
A new way to measure whether an experimental result is really replicated.
These days, a scientist has to publish a steady stream of research articles to be “successful.” But two new studies argue that that kind of pressure promotes sloppy science at the expense of careful work.