Journal backed by world’s largest private research funders will still depend on grants to cover expenses.
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Women publish and review less than men in American Geophysical Union journals, but have a higher acceptance rate.
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Manufacturers and users will rank reagents to improve the reliability of research.
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To stop evidence-based policy losing its clout, researchers need to engage with policymakers and understand their needs, says Bill Colglazier.
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The week in science: 23–29 September
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Genetic analyses of endangered animals reveal high level of interbreeding with hardier American species.
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Former Soviet nation bids for independence from Russian fossil fuels.
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Tensions between Cuba and the United States are easing. But researchers still struggle to join the scientific world.
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Questions surround report of baby created using controversial mitochondrial-replacement technique.
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For the head of AstraZeneca’s genomics initiative, the challenge is not just getting the sequences, but in putting them to use — wisely.
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Research gets 3.7% increase as government prepares for election year.
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Airlines would be required to offset most of their greenhouse-gas emissions after 2020 under the latest plan.
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Research struggles in a country in economic free-fall.
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Spacecraft will strive to the end to capture best-ever comet images during descent.
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