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Information Today
January 7, 2013
Robin Peek
eLife, a New Scholarly Communication System eLife is "a researcher-led digital publication for outstanding work, a platform to maximize the reach and influence of new findings and a showcase for new approaches for the presentation and assessment of research." mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 3, 2013
Steve Fuller
The public: clients of science? Despite the lip service paid to the virtues of secular democracy, the extent to which the public trusts blindly in research scientists rivals medieval deference to priestly authority. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 3, 2013
Sile Lane
Decisive uncertainty We depend on scientists, often at fraught moments where lives are at stake, being willing to assess the evidence and speak the truth to those in power, as they see it, with all the uncertainties and in the context of what has gone before. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
Information Today
December 17, 2012
Thomson Reuters Relaunches Bibliometric The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters announced the relaunch of, an open, web-based resource dedicated to scientific metrics and research performance analysis. mark for My Articles 129 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 10, 2012
Andrew Turley
EU companies increasing R&D Companies in the EU are increasing their investment in R&D, despite the difficult economic conditions, according to a report from the European Commission that looked at the global top 1500 R&D investors. mark for My Articles 333 similar articles
National Defense
January 2013
Yasmin Tadjdeh
Budget Woes Driving Scientists, Engineers Away from Defense Department Jobs The budget crunch is a new factor preventing the Defense Department from recruiting and retaining top talent within its science, technology, engineering and mathematics workforce, a recent report found. mark for My Articles 155 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 6, 2012
Laura Howes
FOI exemptions for unpublished research The UK government has agreed to amend the Freedom of Information Act so that universities do not have to release unpublished research data, following a recommendation by the House of Commons justice committee in July. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 6, 2012
Patrick Walter
Autumn statement science boost to offset cuts The UK science community has welcomed an additional 600 million pounds of investment in research infrastructure. The money was announced in the autumn statement by George Osborne, chancellor of the exchequer. mark for My Articles 186 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 29, 2012
Mico Tatalovic
South-eastern Europe to harmonize its science policy, innovation Science ministries in south-east Europe are ushering in an era of greater collaborative research, aiming to harmonize their policies and share their research infrastructure. This will help improve their competitiveness with richer counterparts in the EU and further afield. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 28, 2012
Ned Stafford
Scientists come together to fight EU budget cuts As politicians continue to debate sharp reductions to the next seven year EU budget, scientists are joining together and loudly urging political leaders to keep their budgetary knives away from research funding. mark for My Articles 168 similar articles
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