The most-downloaded thesis of all time that crashed Cambridge's server.....
A couple discuss their experiences of being scientists and parents.
The most-downloaded thesis of all time that crashed Cambridge's server...
How much energy does it take to power your computer?
Are scientific papers becoming more impenetrable in their lexicon implementation? Indubitably!
Predatory journals are spreading fake science...
Listen to Detlef Weigel talk about peer review at eLife.
Vanderbilt University’s Ken Catania got his hands on an electric eel, literally, to work out how electric eels deal...
An over-emphasis on novelty is having detrimental effects on science.
Chris Smith gets to know our guests...
Two institutes on opposite sides of the Atlantic developed a joint course to encourage networking between early-career...
Cyber crime is overtaking conventional crime: what can we do about it?
Female researchers are less likely to be invited to review scientific papers.
Why are scientists marching all across the world?
How did Rutherford split the atom, and build up the picture we still use today?
How do animals in the deep blue sea manage to disappear?
Why is there so much fake news out there, and how do we fight it?
We find out why science can be a laughing matter.
Roswell High, Area 51 and Redndlesham Forest - all are places were
aliens have been reported...
There are many reasons to be reducing excess lighting. But is it feasible to roll out over large areas?
When it comes to exams, who decides what needs to be tested
How much scientific research actually gets in to education policy?
This is where the press office steps in but how do they ensure their story gets good coverage?
Should scientists be judged only on where they published rather than what they publish?
To assure a level of research quality, science is put to the test using the peer review process...