Why Are There So Few Women in Ecology

Women scientists continue to be underrepresented in ecology and evolution research, shows a study.

Asian Scientist Magazine’s January 2021 Roundup

Starting the year with surprising uses for human waste in space and ancient worm fossils, here are five of Asian Scientist Magazine’s top pieces from January 2021.

The Chinese Academy Of Sciences Flags 65 ‘Risky’ Journals

The Chinese Academy of Sciences has published a preliminary list of 65 ‘risky’ international journals, including periodicals from major publishers.

Nature’s Editor-in-Chief On Publishing In The COVID-19 Era (VIDEO)

Don’t miss our next Wildtype Media Expert Opinion webinar with Dr. Magdalena Skipper, editor-in-chief of Nature.

7 Must-Read Stories In April 2018

A boycott of a yet-to-be launched paywalled research journal and a peek at the denizens of the deep all made the top news in April 2018.

AI Researchers Boycott Nature Machine Intelligence Journal

A statement calling on AI researchers to withhold submissions to Nature Machine Intelligence has garnered over 1,600 signatures.

Peer Review, Not Poor Review

First time on the giving end of the peer review process? Fret not, graduate student, here are some tips to get you started.

Scientific Output From China Exceeds The US’ For The First Time

China publishes more scientific papers than the US on an annual basis, according to a report by the US National Science Foundation.

7 Must-Read Stories In October

Five out of seven of this month’s top stories were from Singapore, including an article on our panel discussion on how to publish well in science.

What Maketh Good Science? (VIDEO)

At an exclusive fireside chat on 6 November 2017, three distinguished scientists will field questions from students and junior scientists on publishing strategy, grantsmanship and careers in science.