Australia's top scientist Alan Finkel says too many poor quality research papers are being published in Australia, and the system may inadvertently encourage academics to behave badly.
Researchers say that without first cutting down on the country's notorious red tape, Indonesia's newly signed science law will discourage international collaboration.
The EU's next research programme needs to change how universities and business work together.
Artificial intelligence holds great promise for medicine, but safeguards are needed to ensure it does not harm patients.
As we get older, our eyesight may dim and our recall may falter. But our linguistic abilities don't seem to erode.
Lack of access to resources is a big problem for postdoctoral researchers.
Indonesia can learn a lot from Singapore, often regarded as the most influential scientific powerhouse in Asia, on how they manage their research funds.
Whether it frustrates or motivates your opponent can depend on the situation.
Australia's metadata laws offer weak protection to journalists, but they don’t offer any to academics conducting confidential interviews.
A recent public deliberation in British Columbia identified that access to government data should be managed carefully and efficiently.
Applied Epidemiological Modelling has enormous potential to improve how decisions are made about public health in African countries.
China’s aggressive program of acquiring technology from abroad should be a cause of concern for Australian universities. Yet, our system of vetting research collaborations is clearly broken.
Why do some countries grow faster than others? Innovative local companies play a key role.
Most people follow some form of moral code, but to what extent they abide by these rules does differ in various situations.
Indonesia needs bigger research funding to encourage innovations and boost its economic growth.
It is important to understand the issues of intolerance through statistics. But it is crucial to dig deeper to understand why a person becomes intolerant.
Mindfulness aligns itself with science and academia to be seen as credible but it lacks any real evidence.
Centuries-old shinise businesses have withstood Westernisation, changing tastes and increasing competition.
Academic partnerships with diplomats, industry leaders and others, can provide a comprehensive approach to addressing the challenges faced by women in STEM.
Only one Canadian discovery has brought home a Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine. But, like winning another Stanley Cup, Canadians should not give up hope.