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Camille Noûs, a French researcher and prolific author with no less than 180 published scientific articles in the past year. However, Camille has been the subject of much…
Will the mysterious Camille Noûs spark changes in the French reform laws?
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As the COVID-19 causing virus continues to surge and mutate, researchers around the world are working to identify and study the mutations of the virus. Most researchers…
Scientists oppose COVID-19 genome data being open
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In a decisive move, the Biden-led administration recently announced a reversal of restrictions implemented by the Trump administration in June 2019 on government-funded…
Trump-era restrictions on using human fetal tissue for medical research overturned
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Recently, Clarivate released a report about the seismic shift in the research landscape across the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey (MENAT) region. In the past…
Elsevier and University of California (UC) sign an open access (OA) publishing deal that will include Elsevier's most prestigious journals such as The Lancet and Cell
Spending on R&D is to increase, as per China's recently announced 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025)
Late last month, the UK government announced their plans to launch the Advanced Research & Invention Agency (ARIA) – an independent, scientist-led research agency to…
The competing time demands of family and work, along with the emotional burdens arising from the pandemic pose different challenges for researchers. However, new data…
To help researchers avoid a desk rejection decision and speed through manuscript submission, Cactus Communications (CACTUS), a technology company facilitating scientific…
Last week, the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) announced the retraction of 68 articles from three of its titles – RSC Advances, RSC Medicinal Chemistry, and Food and…