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Models based on assumptions in the absence of data can be over-speculative and 'open to gross over-interpretation'.
Analysis of 75 countries reveals 'shocking' scale of global women's rights backlash.
The long read: For decades it has been the dominant metaphor in neuroscience. But could this idea have been leading us astray all along?
An obituary for the African-American mathematician who played a key role in landing men on the moon.
A leaked report for the world's major fossil fuel financier says Earth is on an unsustainable trajectory.
Draft of Brown study says findings suggest 'substantial impact of mechanized bots in amplifying denialist messages'.
DNA testing companies are starting to profit from selling our data on to big pharma. Perhaps they should be paying us, says science writer Laura Spinney.
Scientists describe 20.75C logged at Seymour Island as 'incredible and abnormal'.
With rightwing demagogues gaining power and public debate getting nastier, many are calling for a return to a more sensible politics. But this approach has its own fatal flaws.
When staff go on strike in the UK this month, they will be battling not just for the future of higher education but for our economy and culture, says Guardian columnist Owen Jones.
Academics are warning that universities restrict their freedom by surveilling social media posts.
Harriet Swain talks to academics who are on unpredictable hours and money, often with no sickness pay.
Campaigners have argued for open access to scientific research since the dawn of the internet - so why is it taking so long?
Mauro Ferrari joins EU organisation at a delicate moment but says his focus is on identifying 'breakthrough people'.
Scientists reveal how they are dealing with a profound sense of loss as the climate emergency worsens.
A climate scientist wonders if the Earth system has now breached a tipping point.
UK health service will not gain commercial benefit from future Amazon products using its data
Universities are increasingly recording lectures, but academics are wary of being spied on or made obsolete.
The market model in higher education has created an intellectual precariat who are right to fight back.
Centuries of female exclusion has meant women's diseases are often missed, misdiagnosed or remain a total mystery.
Bambang Hero Saharjo has received death threats for testifying against companies.
Universities have a legal obligation to encourage voter registration. This has prompted an angry reaction in some areas.
Calculating the patterns and cycles of the past could lead us to a better understanding of history. Could it also help us prevent a looming crisis?
Funding for blue skies research is falling in favour of work aligned with the government's strategic priorities.
Letter warns immigration rules may damage UK universities' ability to attract global talent
The Harvard professor on science and scepticism - and why climate deniers have run out of excuses.
The Nasa craft is the second to travel beyond heliosphere but gives the most detailed data yet.
The world’s people face “untold suffering due to the climate crisis” unless there are major transformations to global society, according to a stark warning from more than 11,000 scientists.
We must apply the three Rs to plane travel: replace if possible, reduce to the essential, and refine to make it worthwhile.
Eco groups and global treaty blamed for delay in supply of vitamin-A enriched Golden Rice