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On college campuses, voter turnout is low. But voting behavior varies widely across disciplines and regions, a new study finds.
Colleges and universities looking to diversify STEM faculty should consider talented women in industry, government or private research, write Coleen Carrigan and Eve Riskin.
Republican senator renews debate over federal support for studies whose significance is not immediately apparent.
A growing research institute -- operating outside Spain's standard higher education regulations -- attracts foreign talent in a city seeing increased prominence in higher education.
Analysis finds little evidence linking language to acceptance or rejection by journals.
Rival editors raise questions about drug trial research funded and often controlled by manufacturers.
Having a long-term research collaborator boosts citations, study finds.
Study sees risk of work being repeated and of important findings being ignored.
Author discusses new book about narrative and what Hollywood has to offer science.
Significant share of research papers have "guest" authors who didn't perform significant research or "ghost" authors who did but aren't named, study finds. Are grad students losing out? Are conflicts of interest hidden?
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