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Purdue Will Pay $737K Over False Grant Application Allegations

Purdue University will pay the federal government $737,400 to settle allegations that a researcher falsified data, according to a news...

Professor Sues Mayo Over Threat to Fire Him for Interviews

A professor is suing the Mayo Clinic medical school after a department chair threatened to fire him following a CNN...

NSF Fills New Role to Combat Sexual Assault, Harassment

The National Science Foundation has filled a new role leading its efforts to prevent and respond to sexual assault or...
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Who’s Afraid of Open Science?

Tom Ciavarella calls for an open debate on the White House’s open science policy.

Stanford to Pay $1.9M for Alleged Failure to Disclose Foreign Funding

Stanford University has agreed to pay the U.S. government nearly $2 million to resolve allegations that it failed to report...

House Amendment Would End Fulbright Funding

An amendment to a House appropriations bill would eliminate funding for all cultural and educational exchange programs run by the...
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Science Funding Falters a Year After Landmark CHIPS and Science Act

The legislation was aimed at supercharging American research and development, but the funding it called for has not yet materialized. Advocates worry Congress will drop the ball.

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How the Farm Bill Can Address Historic Underfunding of HBCU Land-Grants

Historically Black land-grant universities have been underfunded for years, but advocates and administrators say Congress could use the farm bill to change that.