The change is a sign of the progress anti-harassment activists have made—and it's been a long time coming.
The reproducibility crisis is driven, in part, by invalid statistical analyses that are from data-driven hypotheses.
The letters-to-the-editor section of Science, one of the world's top scientific journals, is taking a new stance on what arguments it will accept about those accused of sexual harassment.
A new rule might open the door for regulation rollbacks on radiation and harmful chemicals.
A professor of engineering breaks down what the 'Oumuamua projectile could possibly be and the secrets it could hold–but we still have no definite answers.
Scientists suspect the farm use of penicillin was to blame.
Opponents dismiss fetal tissue research as unnecessary, but it plays a critical role in regenerative medicine.
Universities need corporations for research funding, and the political will for an alternative solution is limited.
The letter expressed concerns over the president's use of dubious scientific sources and called on him to appoint a director to the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
An electrical implant known as a deep-brain stimulator is giving some patients a new start.