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Robert May: Out like a lion
Robert May: Out like a lion
The retiring president of the UK Royal Society had some choice words.
Robert May: Out like a lion
Robert May: Out like a lion

The retiring president of the UK Royal Society had some choice words.

The retiring president of the UK Royal Society had some choice words.

Royal Society
Royal Society to Launch OA Journal
Royal Society to Launch OA Journal
Tracy Vence | Feb 17, 2014
On the heels of news that Science will roll out an open-access online journal next year, the Royal Society announces its own open-access title, which will publish papers covering a range of STEM disciplines.
Side-Chain Theory, circa 1900
Side-Chain Theory, circa 1900
Edyta Zielinska | Jun 30, 2013
Paul Ehrlich came up with an explanation for cellular interactions based on receptors, earning a Nobel Prize and the title "Father of Modern Immunology"—only to have his theory forgotten.
Did Inbreeding Royals Evolve?
Did Inbreeding Royals Evolve?
Dan Cossins | Apr 22, 2013
A new study suggests that in the Spanish Habsburg royal family, natural selection may have diminished the most harmful effects of inbreeding.
Through the Eyes of a Giant
Through the Eyes of a Giant
Mary Beth Aberlin | Feb 15, 2013
A new play explores the mind of the father of modern physics through his interactions—factual and imagined—with a curmudgeonly colleague.
With All Due Consideration
Mary Beth Aberlin | Apr 30, 2012
Scientists and their many hats
Changing Times at the OST
Robert Walgate | Aug 15, 2000
Sir Robert May, outgoing UK Chief Scientist, spoke to Robert Walgate about treading the fine line between government and the science community, and the changing face of science in the UK and Europe.