A survey of 22,000 academic researchers by Nature Publishing Group (NPG) and Palgrave Macmillan has revealed that a decreasing number of authors are concerned… Read more »
- New report reveals growing confidence in open access quality - 18th August 2015
- Reproducibility: what are we going to do about it? - 23rd July 2015
- Get up, stand up – the risks of sedentary behavior - 19th June 2015
In recent decades, the reproducibility of a shocking number of scientific studies has been called into question. What we’re going to do about the… Read more »
A systematic review published today in BMC Public Health suggests anxiety is linked sedentary behavior. This adds to a growing body of evidence which says we… Read more »
Sunday May 31 is World No Tobacco Day, and so we thought we'd issue you with a challenge. Think you know about tobacco usage and smoking cessation? Our fiendish… Read more »
Didn't get a chance to read all of April's blog posts? Here's the best of what you missed...
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King Richard III of England is to be reburied today in Leicester Cathedral, after being discovered under a car park in the city in 2012. The discovery was only… Read more »
Didn't get a chance to read all of February's blog posts? Here's the best of what you missed...
A recent report in a series on ‘science and society’ from the Pew Research Center suggests scientists believe there’s a gap between public interest in and… Read more »
In a Q&A, part of a series courtesy of the Wellcome Trust blog, Professor Ian Goodfellow describes his experiences in an Ebola diagnostics facility in Sierra… Read more »