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Insights Abound Even at Journey’s End
Although my time at The Scientist has drawn to a close, I am consistently surprised by science.
Insights Abound Even at Journey’s End
Insights Abound Even at Journey’s End

Although my time at The Scientist has drawn to a close, I am consistently surprised by science.

Although my time at The Scientist has drawn to a close, I am consistently surprised by science.

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Photographs of the December 2021 issue's contributors
Contributors
The Scientist Staff | Dec 1, 2021 | 3 min read
Meet some of the people featured in the December 2021 issue of The Scientist.
Contributors
The Scientist Staff | Dec 1, 2020 | 4 min read
Meet some of the people featured in the December 2020 issue of The Scientist.
No Enemy
Bob Grant | Sep 1, 2018 | 3 min read
Science journalists are essential to advancing the quality of the research enterprise.
Francis Collins Pranked by Sacha Baron Cohen
Ashley Yeager | Aug 24, 2018 | 1 min read
Duped into an interview with the comedian, the NIH director caught on to the joke and seized it as a teaching opportunity.
TS Picks: February 18, 2016
Tracy Vence | Feb 17, 2016 | 2 min read
Behind the Theranos investigation; data-sharing beyond Zika; NCI to replace some cell lines with mouse avatars
Welcome Back, Pharmalot
Tracy Vence | Jun 4, 2014 | 1 min read
The Wall Street Journal revives the popular blog covering pharmaceutical and biotech industry news.
Goodbye, Pharmalot
Kerry Grens | Jan 2, 2014 | 2 min read
The popular blog covering pharmaceutical and biotech industry news has been shuttered.  
Retraction Remorse
Beth Marie Mole | Oct 2, 2012 | 2 min read
The journal that published and abruptly retracted the first study linking the lab-made virus XMRV to disease apologizes to the authors.
Opinion: Scientists’ Intuitive Failures
Matthew C. Nisbet and Dietram A. Scheufele | Jul 23, 2012 | 4 min read
Much of what researchers believe about the public and effective communication is wrong.
Canadian Scientists “Muzzled”
Hannah Waters | Feb 21, 2012 | 1 min read
Governmental red tape blocks scientists from discussing their research with journalists, according to an open letter.
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