UNESCO, WHO and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Call for "Open Science"

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Covax: Covid Vaccine Global Effort Gets China's Support

09.10.2020

A New Test from the WHO Could Be a Game Changer in the Fight Against Covid

30.09.2020

Nature Index 2020 Top Science Cities

29.09.2020

The Visa Woes That Shattered Scientists' American Dreams

29.09.2020

Open Science Beyond Open Access: For and with Communities, A Step Towards the Decolonization of Knowledge

20.07.2020

US Stays Away As World Leaders Agree Action on Covid-19 Vaccine

27.04.2020

International Travel Restrictions in Response to the Coronavirus Outbreak

08.04.2020

We Created This Beast

08.04.2020

Coronavirus: Three Things All Governments and Their Science Advisers Must Do Now

18.03.2020

Global Officials Call for Free Access to Covid-19 Research

16.03.2020

Strengthening Capacity for Natural Sciences Research in African Research Institutions

16.03.2020

Why Do People Migrate In Europe? A New Online Tool Explains

11.03.2020

COVID-19: Funding Bodies Around the World Pledge New Money for Virus Research

11.03.2020

Nature Risk Rising: Why the Crisis Engulfing Nature Matters for Business and the Economy

04.03.2020

How China's New Policy May Change Researchers' Publishing Behavior

04.03.2020

UNESCO Launches a Global Consultation to Develop a Standard-setting Instrument on Open Science

26.02.2020

Project to Explore Open Access Agreements Between Society Publishers and Library Consortia in Developing and Transition Economy Countries

24.02.2020

Mission Impossible? WHO Director Fights to Prevent a Pandemic Without Offending China

12.02.2020

Trump Seeks to Halve U.S. Funding for World Health Organization As Coronavirus Rages

12.02.2020

Get the Sustainable Development Goals Back on Track

13.01.2020

UK Parliament Rejects Proposal to Keep Country in EU's Erasmus+ Scheme

13.01.2020

Automated Hacking, Deepfakes Are Going to Be Major Cybersecurity Threats in 2020

06.01.2020

Open Access in 2019: Which Countries Are the Biggest Publishers of OA Journals?

06.01.2020

'Opportunity Lost' As Longest Climate Talks End

16.12.2019

Congress Creates Two New Bodies to Tackle Foreign Influence on U.S. Research

11.12.2019

The Plan S Open Access Initiative Creates More Opportunities Than Threats for Latin America

04.12.2019

Despite Political Turmoil, Global Scientific Collaboration Continues to Flourish

21.11.2019

Foreign Interference Fears Prompt Guidelines for Australian Universities

19.11.2019

Economic Sanctions and Academia: Overlooked Impact and Long-term Consequences

21.10.2019
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