Scientists Report Stress, Bullying, and Harassment in New Survey
Scientists Report Stress, Bullying, and Harassment in New Survey
The results shed light on a research culture that encourages “unkind and aggressive conditions.”
Scientists Report Stress, Bullying, and Harassment in New Survey
Scientists Report Stress, Bullying, and Harassment in New Survey

The results shed light on a research culture that encourages “unkind and aggressive conditions.”

The results shed light on a research culture that encourages “unkind and aggressive conditions.”

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Ten Minute Sabbatical
Ten Minute Sabbatical
The Scientist Staff | Jan 13, 2020
Take a break from the bench to puzzle and peruse.
Book Excerpt from <em>Physical Intelligence</em>
Book Excerpt from Physical Intelligence
Scott Grafton | Jan 13, 2020
In Chapter 2, “Surfaces,” author Scott Grafton describes the ancient process of action perception, which helps organisms navigate their environments.
Why Do We Forget How to Walk on Ice?
Why Do We Forget How to Walk on Ice?
Scott Grafton | Jan 13, 2020
A new book explores the crosstalk between mind and body and how it helps humans navigate their worlds.
Medicare For All: A Scientist&rsquo;s Take
Medicare For All: A Scientist’s Take
The Scientist Staff | Dec 31, 2019
Rachel Madley, a Columbia University PhD student, discusses her views on access to healthcare.
Book Excerpt from <em>What Science Is and How It Really Works</em>
Book Excerpt from What Science Is and How It Really Works
James C. Zimring | Dec 1, 2019
Author James Zimring challenges the notion of "known" scientific entities.
Opinion: The Uncomfortable Limits of Human Knowledge
Opinion: The Uncomfortable Limits of Human Knowledge
James C. Zimring | Dec 1, 2019
Does science describe experience or truth?
Ten Minute Sabbatical
Ten Minute Sabbatical
The Scientist Staff | Dec 1, 2019
Take a break from the bench to puzzle and peruse.
Image of the Day: Painting with Microbes
Image of the Day: Painting with Microbes
Emily Makowski | Nov 22, 2019
See this year’s winners of the American Society for Microbiology’s agar art competition.
Trainees Often Ghostwrite PIs&rsquo; Peer Reviews: Survey
Trainees Often Ghostwrite PIs’ Peer Reviews: Survey
Jef Akst | Nov 4, 2019
Half of early-career researchers say they’d participated in the peer review process with their mentors without getting credit.