Scientists Don’t Stay for Long in Their Jobs Anymore: Study
Scientists Don’t Stay for Long in Their Jobs Anymore: Study
Plus, more scientists nowadays spend their entire careers in supporting roles, rather than leading their own research programs.
Scientists Don’t Stay for Long in Their Jobs Anymore: Study
Scientists Don’t Stay for Long in Their Jobs Anymore: Study

Plus, more scientists nowadays spend their entire careers in supporting roles, rather than leading their own research programs.

Plus, more scientists nowadays spend their entire careers in supporting roles, rather than leading their own research programs.

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Q&A: John Ioannidis Talks Transparency in Biomedical Literature
Q&A: John Ioannidis Talks Transparency in Biomedical Literature
Shawna Williams | Nov 20, 2018
The Stanford University researcher discusses a new study on measures such as data sharing and funding disclosures.
Two Big Funders Join Open-Access Movement
Two Big Funders Join Open-Access Movement
Ashley P. Taylor | Nov 6, 2018
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Wellcome Trust agree not to cover the fees that some hybrid open-access journals charge authors to make their work freely available.
Retraction Watch Launches Its Database of Papers
Retraction Watch Launches Its Database of Papers
Ashley P. Taylor | Oct 26, 2018
It includes more than 18,000 papers and conference materials that have been retracted since the 1970s.

Major Publishers File Second Lawsuit Against ResearchGateMajor Publishers File Second Lawsuit Against ResearchGate
Major Publishers File Second Lawsuit Against ResearchGate
Diana Kwon | Oct 9, 2018
As the American Chemical Society and Elsevier move litigation forward, other academic publishers have opted to collaborate with the academic network platform instead.
A Retracted Paper on Sex Differences Ignites Debate
A Retracted Paper on Sex Differences Ignites Debate
Anna Azvolinsky | Sep 27, 2018
Controversy surrounding a mathematical model to explain the so-called “greater variability of males” hypothesis fells two versions of a paper—but critics of the work wish it were still published.
Gender Bias Dissected in <em>eLife</em>&rsquo;s Peer Review
Gender Bias Dissected in eLife’s Peer Review
Viviane Callier | Sep 14, 2018
The journal undertook a self-assessment, finding men have more success than women with all-male review panels.
Top Breast Cancer Researcher Didn&rsquo;t Disclose Financial Ties
Top Breast Cancer Researcher Didn’t Disclose Financial Ties
Ashley Yeager | Sep 10, 2018
José Baselga of Memorial Sloan Kettering took millions of dollars from drug and health care companies but did not report the payments in his research articles.
<em>PNAS</em> to Stop Publishing Its Print Edition in 2019
PNAS to Stop Publishing Its Print Edition in 2019
Kerry Grens | Sep 7, 2018
The move to online-only will allow for articles to be longer in length.
Open-Access Plan in Europe Bans Publishing in Paywalled Journals
Open-Access Plan in Europe Bans Publishing in Paywalled Journals
Ashley Yeager | Sep 4, 2018
Research funding agencies in Europe will require grantees’ papers to be free to read when they are available online.