Top Breast Cancer Researcher Didn’t Disclose Financial Ties
Top Breast Cancer Researcher Didn’t Disclose Financial Ties
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.
Top Breast Cancer Researcher Didn’t Disclose Financial Ties
Top Breast Cancer Researcher Didn’t Disclose Financial Ties

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.

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.

publishing, ecology, developmental biology
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.
<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.
Adult Cardiac Stem Cells Don&rsquo;t Exist: Study
Adult Cardiac Stem Cells Don’t Exist: Study
Diana Kwon | Sep 5, 2018
A mouse study adds to the growing body of work disputing the ability of progenitor cells to regenerate muscle tissue in adult mammals’ hearts.
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.
Latest Effort to Replicate Psych Studies Yields 62 Percent Success
Latest Effort to Replicate Psych Studies Yields 62 Percent Success
Kerry Grens | Aug 27, 2018
Among the experiments that came to the same result as the original, the effect size was smaller on average.
Culling Wildlife for the Sake of Research
Culling Wildlife for the Sake of Research
Anna Azvolinsky | Aug 27, 2018
A case in which the University of Florida killed birds to protect crop research raises questions on the ethics of field studies’ potential side effects.
Image of the Day: Fire Alarm
Image of the Day: Fire Alarm
Sukanya Charuchandra | Aug 24, 2018
Bats use both echolocation and vision to avoid eating unpleasant fireflies.
Randy Schekman to Leave <em>eLife</em>
Randy Schekman to Leave eLife
Kerry Grens | Aug 19, 2018
The founding editor-in-chief will redirect his focus to a Parkinson’s organization.
Image of the Day: Revival
Image of the Day: Revival
Sukanya Charuchandra | Aug 17, 2018
Salamanders’ and lizards’ tail regeneration depends on the quality of their neural stem cells.