The Dos and Don'ts of Influencing Policy: a Systematic Review of Advice to Academics

20.02.2019

Indian Payment-for-Papers Proposal Rattles Scientists

15.02.2019

Top Official of European Research Council Announces Early Retirement, Citing 'controversial' Changes

06.02.2019

The Hidden Automation Agenda of the Davos Elite

28.01.2019

'Our House is on Fire': Greta Thunberg, 16, Urges Leaders to Act on Climate

28.01.2019

6 Things We Learned About the Environment at Davos 2019

28.01.2019

Why We Need a Public Infrastructure for Data on Open Access

17.01.2019

Research Grants on Hold As US Government Shutdown Persists

Science and the Shutdown: 5 Things to Watch As US Impasse Drags on

11.01.2019

White House Finally Gets a Science Adviser

09.01.2019

Democrats Establish a New House 'Climate Crisis' Committee

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Rules for a Safe Climate

07.12.2018

Netherlands Plans Overhaul of Academic Careers in Move Away from Metrics

Building a New Generation of Science Policy Advocates

28.11.2018

OECD Science, Technology and Innovation Outlook 2018

25.11.2018

Brazil's New Foreign Minister Believes Climate Change is a Marxist Plot

16.11.2018

How Science Fared in the Midterm Elections

12.11.2018

Anger As Influential Economist Has UK Residency Bid Rejected

09.11.2018

New President Adds to Global Threat to Science

31.10.2018

Academics Fear Political Interference Following Vetoed Projects

30.10.2018

Dignity at Work in Research

25.10.2018

Dozens of Scientists Ran for Congress

25.10.2018

Climate Change Doubters Are Finalists for EPA's Advisory Board

18.10.2018

Outsider Takes Helm at Research Giant

17.10.2018

Unless We Make Dramatic Changes, We're Headed for Catastrophe

14.10.2018

Peer-reviewed Homeopathy Study Sparks Uproar

10.10.2018

New Science Minister's Activism Sparks Debate

05.10.2018

Super-tomato Shows What Plant Scientists Can Do

03.10.2018

'Life Changing' Climate Report Under Debate

01.10.2018

Do Strict Data Sharing Policies Affect Submissions?

25.09.2018
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