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Early journal submission data suggest COVID-19 is tanking women's research productivity

Early journal submission data suggest COVID-19 is tanking women's research productivity.

Underrepresented scholars outperform majority peers in terms of novel research

New computational analysis finds that underrepresented scholars outperform majority peers in terms of novel research, but they don't reap the same rewards.

"Nonessential" research has halted on many campuses

An unprecedented shutdown of academic research underway on many campuses has implications for young investigators still building careers in their fields.

How institutions are approaching scientific research during COVID-19

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How institutions are approaching scientific research during COVID-19, and what they still need to know.

An intelligent argument on race

Scholar makes argument in favor of race-based research into intelligence, but experts in that subfield say it's an unnecessary plea that doesn't square with scientific realities.

Universities ignore growing concern over Sci-Hub cyber risk

Warnings that Sci-Hub poses a cybersecurity threat to universities have intensified. But few institutions appear to be acting on them.

Study: Men frame their research findings more positively than do women

Men frame their research findings more positively than do women, finds a new study. Why does that matter, and how should science respond?

New paper examines why intergenerational immobility resurfaces when looking at advanced degree holders

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New paper examines why intergenerational immobility resurfaces when looking at advanced degree holders.

What happened when a professor was accused of sharing his own work on his website

Recent allegations of copyright violations against a professor who shared his own work on his website spark debate about ownership and whether peer reviewers should be paid.

New paper says deaths of star scientists often benefit their subfields, via an influx in new contributors and ideas

New paper says the death of star scientists often benefits their subfields, via an influx in new contributors and ideas.

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