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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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Science News
March 13, 2004
Ivars Peterson
Mapping Scientific Frontiers Several decades ago in his book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas S. Kuhn argued that scientific discovery is characterized by several distinct stages. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
Information Today
March 2004
Dick Kaser
Quid Pro Quo The British House of Commons is scheduled to hold its first hearings on the publication of scientific research. It will consider whether the way research is currently published and distributed limits access, whether the government should support open access journals, and related policy issues mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
Bio-IT World
February 18, 2004
Hot Seat: Scientists as CEOs Bill Gates wannabes line up, but few stay long Scientists looking at compensation, decide to throw their hats into the CEO arena. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Technology Research News
January 28, 2004
Kimberly Patch
Robot automates science Scientists would seem to hold one of the last occupations threatened by automation, given the brainpower and education involved. But equipping a laboratory robot with artificial intelligence software makes for a fair approximation of a scientist. Faster gene and drug discovery could result. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
November 2003
Megan Sever
Evolution to stay in Texas texts On Nov. 7, the months-long debate over how evolution would be presented in high-school biology textbooks in Texas came to a head: Evolution is here to stay, in its entirety. mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
November 2003
Megan Sever
Government peer review The federal government recently proposed extensive new peer-review procedures for scientific reports from regulatory agencies. While some agencies already practice peer review with their documents, these, the first government-wide mandated standards, have some people crying foul. mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
Information Today
July 7, 2003
Miriam. A. Drake
Free Public Access to Science -- Will It Happen? If Congressman Martin Sabo of Minnesota has his way, the results of federally funded research in science and medicine will be available freely to all. mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
Jul/Aug 2003
Michelle A. Romero
Open Access and the Case for Public Good: The Scientists' Perspective Who should have control over access to scientific knowledge? Who will determine the shape of the future? mark for My Articles 185 similar articles
May 2003
Branch & Evans
All About Steve (and Darwin) Project Steve is a parody of the lists used by creationists to try to convince the public that evolution is shaky. But there is a serious side to it, too: to remind the public that scientific questions are not answered by acclamation but by scientific research, which, of course, overwhelmingly supports evolution. mark for My Articles 109 similar articles
June 2003
Bruno Latour
The World Wide Lab Research space: experimentation without representation is tyranny. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
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