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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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Scientific American
September 2006
Michael Shermer
Fake, Mistake, Replicate A court of law may determine the meaning of replication in science thanks to a defamation suit filed by economist John R. Lott, Jr. against Steven D. Levitt and HarperCollins, publisher of Levitt's 2005 book, Freakonomics. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 21, 2006
Killugudi Jayaraman
Indian Research Institutes Face Tough Times A growing crisis in academic recruitment at the Indian Institutes of Technology is threatening to disrupt teaching and research, and could put international collaborations in jeopardy. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 16, 2006
Michael Gross
Nanoparticle Toxicity Tested The rapid advance of nanotechnology has raised concerns that substances known to be harmless in bulk might turn out toxic or carcinogenic in certain fibrous or nanoparticle forms. mark for My Articles 83 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 15, 2006
Bea Perks
Science Hit by Middle East Crisis The conflict between Israel and Hezbollah underlines the need for international efforts to strengthen collaboration between scientists in the region. mark for My Articles 176 similar articles
August 2006
Kathryn Hansen
Muddling Science at Parks and Museums Exhibit disclaimers, along with other changes in parks and museums, could pose challenges to effectively communicating science to the public. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 14, 2006
Tom Westgate
Science Education Failing to Provide Enough Graduates Thousands of potential scientists are being lost as too many young British people choose not to study science in schools and universities, according to Britain's leading business organization. mark for My Articles 232 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 9, 2006
Victoria Gill
Europe's Promising Young Researchers Rewarded A select group of high-achieving young scientists is looking forward to a Euro windfall after winning the European young investigators awards. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
Bio-IT World
Jul/Aug 2006
Kevin Davies
Science Publishing and the Web Several technologies are poised to radically change the ability of scientists to share data and develop ideas both within and between organizations: Nature Network Boston... PLoS ONE... mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
September 2006
Kenneth Silber
Endangered Evolutionists Flock of Dodos, an engaging, sometimes hilarious documentary film by Randy Olson that skewers both sides of a heated debate. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
August 2006
Carolyn Gramling
Open Access Advancing One year after the NIH began to encourage researchers to make their findings freely available online, two U.S. senators introduced a new bill to Congress that proposes to both toughen and expand that open-access policy to include most federally funded research. mark for My Articles 189 similar articles
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