Virologists Escorted Out of Lab in Canada
Virologists Escorted Out of Lab in Canada
Police are investigating “possible policy breaches” at the National Microbiology Laboratory.
Virologists Escorted Out of Lab in Canada
Virologists Escorted Out of Lab in Canada

Police are investigating “possible policy breaches” at the National Microbiology Laboratory.

Police are investigating “possible policy breaches” at the National Microbiology Laboratory.

ecology, policy, science publishing
Swamped by Sargassum: The New Normal for Caribbean Beaches
Swamped by Sargassum: The New Normal for Caribbean Beaches
Kerry Grens | Jul 15, 2019
Scientists are pretty sure they know where the seaweed is coming from. Now they want to know why it’s here.
University of California Loses Access to New Content in Elsevier Journals
University of California Loses Access to New Content in Elsevier Journals
Diana Kwon | Jul 12, 2019
The university and the publisher have been trying to forge a new licensing agreement for the last year.
Who Owns the ‘Dueling Dinos’? Montana Supreme Court To Decide
Who Owns the ‘Dueling Dinos’? Montana Supreme Court To Decide
Ashley P. Taylor | Jul 11, 2019
The answer has broad implications for paleontology research—and maybe for museum collections, too.
Sweden Passes Law For National Research Misconduct Agency
Sweden Passes Law For National Research Misconduct Agency
Chia-Yi Hou | Jul 10, 2019
After several high-profile cases, the country’s government is creating a board to oversee and investigate all serious allegations of scientific misconduct.
As Visa Difficulties Persist, Scientists Push for Change
As Visa Difficulties Persist, Scientists Push for Change
Katarina Zimmer | Jul 10, 2019
Individual researchers and science societies are finding solutions so colleagues around the globe can attend conferences, from remote presentations to relocating conferences.
Mexican President Eases Up on Researchers’ Travel Rules
Mexican President Eases Up on Researchers’ Travel Rules
Emma Yasinski | Jul 5, 2019
Scientists won’t need Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s approval to attend meetings internationally, but researchers continue to struggle amidst budget cuts.
Hungarian Law Wrests Control of Research from Scientific Academy
Hungarian Law Wrests Control of Research from Scientific Academy
Ashley P. Taylor | Jul 3, 2019
Protestors disapprove of putting scientific institutions under the authority of a government-led committee.
Professors Could Lose Jobs for Housing Rare, Psychedelic Plant
Professors Could Lose Jobs for Housing Rare, Psychedelic Plant
Kerry Grens | Jul 3, 2019
Miami University’s plant conservatory was growing seedlings of iboga, which contains an illegal, psychoactive substance.
USC Apologizes for Taking Over UCSD’s Alzheimer’s Program
USC Apologizes for Taking Over UCSD’s Alzheimer’s Program
Chia-Yi Hou | Jul 3, 2019
The University of Southern California reaches a settlement with the University of California, San Diego, over snatching staff, data, and funding in 2015.