18 April 2019
Despite criticism, some universities still use the metric as a proxy for research quality
29 October 2018
Who would you include as an author on your paper?
1 June 2018
How do you spot a predatory journal?
8 May 2018
Should you review a paper that covers research you also work on?
2 June 2016
Science budgets in Argentina have jumped 10-fold since the country’s first science minister was appointed in 2007
5 September 2013
Universities can pay for a scientific repository that will hold all their research in one place and control whether it’s public or private
22 April 2013
Society is commended for substantial growth in its overseas earnings
6 September 2012
A study of the patterns of journal paper downloads shows scientists work through the night and at weekends
18 July 2012
Philip Ball asks how much of the published literature you should believe. Not much, by some accounts
19 June 2012
Country should embrace open access but there are warnings that universities could spend as much as £60 million extra a year on author fees
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