The latest issue of Elsevier’s Editors’ Update is part one of a two-part series on publishing ethics. It contains a bevy of articles on various issues that… Read more "Editor: “Close to 10% of the papers we receive show some sign of academic misconduct”"
In the summer of 2010, a Middle Eastern businessman wanted to transfer a large sum of money from one country in the region to another. He wanted… Read more "‘Follow the Money’: NSA Monitors Financial World"
Mary Holland, JD. Mary tells us why vaccination choice is a human right. She teaches at New York University Law School and previously worked for the Lawyers… Read more "The Rally: Vaccination Choice is a Human Right"
Residents of Boulder County, Colorado are being asked to help guide helicopter pilots to their locations Monday as a major air rescue is being planned to take… Read more "Major air rescue planned in flooded Colorado county"
Sometimes, things happen that are so shocking that not only do they defy belief, but they defy explanation. For instance, why a pair of neurosurgeons with decades… Read more "Doctors resign from UC Davis after getting caught infecting cancer patients’ brains with fecal bacteria"
Goldfish not only listen to music, but they also can distinguish one composer from another, a new study finds. The paper adds to the growing body of… Read more "Fish Listen to Music, Prefer Bach"
A new report by the Pesticide Action Network UK has found tha,t contrary to many people’s assumptions, levels of pesticide residues in our food have risen over… Read more "Toxic UK: pesticide levels in our food are rising"