28 Mar 2022 | #GlobalScience
Carrying museum artefacts in a suitcase and evacuating university hardware while hiding in shelters. This is the new reality for Ukrainian researchers. Elephant in the lab talked to two of them.
22 Mar 2020 | #COVID-19
Computational models can show how processess will behave in non-linear ways, but these demonstrations are very simplistic and do not consider all factors that influence the dynamic in reality.
27 Jun 2019 | #Ethics, #GlobalScience
Adopting common guidelines is not enough for setting up a system of global ethics. Miltos Ladikas explains what else is needed.
27 Sep 2018 | #OpenScience
Peter Kraker on Google Dataset Discovery, the open science movement, and his #DontLeaveItToGoogle campaign.
04 Sep 2018 | #Ethics
A perspective from Germany’s biggest network of doctoral researchers
27 Aug 2018 | #OpenScience
Nick Fowler and Gerard Meijer on the future of Open Access in Germany. Will the negotiations continue?
06 Aug 2018 | #Ethics
No big news for scientists: Journalists recently uncovered a scandal surrounding predatory journals. What happened?
18 Jun 2018 | #Ethics
Annette Birkeland explains, how an efficient strategy of promoting good scientific practice should look like.
11 Jun 2018 | #Ethics
Problems with current situation of review and how to solve them
11 Apr 2018 | #Impact
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