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Yale-developed software program boosts cultural preservation efforts

February 8, 2017

Researchers from multiple disciplines can learn a lot from a single artifact. A tombstone, for instance, can tell…
Collaboration Fosters More Productive Scientific Careers than Competition

August 12, 2015

Scientists are frequently faced with the important decision to start or terminate a creative partnership – perhaps even…
International scientific collaborations are more successful

October 10, 2014

New empirical study carried out by researchers at the University of Chicago shows that international scientific cooperation allows…
How to break free from the stifling grip of luxury journals

December 30, 2013

Science needs a revolution: it’s time to rise and act. Eric Risberg/AP Last week was the most memorable week…
Penn Biologists Simulate a Cell in Action

July 3, 2013

The inner workings of a cell involve hundreds of thousands of discrete molecules, engaged in a repeating cycle…
What is the best way to measure a researcher’s scientific impact?

June 17, 2013

From a qualitative perspective, it’s relatively easy to define a good researcher as one who publishes many good…
Why Science Journal Paywalls Have to Go

February 20, 2013

After a close family friend died from pancreatic cancer, I turned to the Internet to help me understand…
The Navy’s Support Of Oceanic Research

January 10, 2013

An article that recently appeared in the New York Times discussed a project led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to analyze and…
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