Unexamined assumptions and narrow worldviews riddle everyday academic practice, say Faith Mkwananzi and Melis Cin
Expecting ‘The Science’ to settle controversial policy questions never ends well, says Angela Cassidy
The idea that government advisers can separate science and politics is bogus, says Melanie Smallman
Expecting data to defeat Covid-19 is unrealistic and risky, says Saba Mirza
Universities should not be given extra time just to polish their submissions, says Gemma Derrick
Start thinking how to mitigate Covid-19’s impact on researchers’ productivity, says Kyungmee Lee
Social science, humanities—and society—can answer questions that science alone cannot, says Stephen Hughes
Early career researchers need peer review that can turn rejection into growth, says Gemma Derrick
Science and technology lie behind this election’s clash of worldviews, says Melanie Smallman
Andy Stirling describes a new project aiming to help science and innovation serve global goals
A public consultation on self-driving cars has raised important and challenging questions, says Jack Stilgoe
Bolsonaro is disastrous, but the assault on universities began before him, says Arthur Moreira
Understanding how research works doesn’t mean reinventing the wheel, says James Wilsdon
Killing industrial strategy would undermine any effort by Boris Johnson’s government to boost research spending,...
As climate change protestors continue to shut down major parts of London, Rupert Read explains...
One year after its launch, UK Research and Innovation seems to be doing a decent...
The Nobel prizes embody three narratives about the role of elite scientists in society—and they...
With last week’s budget bringing a small—and slow—increase in public research spending, Kieron Flanagan looks...
Academics, funders and policymakers need to come together and—finally—work out how research can and should...