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How LIGO and 'Physical Review Letters' worked together to publish the paper of a lifetime

On Sept. 9, 2015, scientists decided where they would publish evidence for gravitational waves. Five days later, they made the discovery.

Rival editors raise questions about drug trial research funded and often controlled by manufacturers

Rival editors raise questions about drug trial research funded and often controlled by manufacturers.

Study finds bias in how male students view female STEM students

Do the biology students celebrated (perhaps undeservingly) for their intellect always seem to be male? A new study says the answer lies in gender bias.

Michigan faculty union says tenure denials breach contracts

A small Michigan university is citing declining enrollment in tenure denials, and faculty members allege the approach violates their contract.

Editor discusses new book about the history of African-American engineers

Editor discusses new book about the history of and outlook for African-American engineers.

Study analyzes impact of Russian diaspora on mathematics

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Mathematicians may have left their mother country, but they didn't leave the discipline, study finds.

New paper argues for a bigger focus on the human elements that can make or break team interdisciplinary science

New paper argues for a bigger focus on the social factors that can make or break interdisciplinary teams in the social, national and computational sciences.

The Second International Conference on Big-data, Internet of things, and Zero-size intelligence

Date: 
Tue, 07/26/2016 to Thu, 07/28/2016

Location

University of Salford, MediaCityUK
Manchester 1204
United Kingdom

'Science' article explores how hackers can hijack scholarly journals

Science article explores how hackers can hijack scholarly journals. Fortunately, preventing it can be as simple as paying a bill on time.

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