Brazil’s science budget is rebounding. So why aren’t scientists celebrating? | Science

Scientists in Brazil began 2022 with a piece of excellent news. This year’s federal research study budget is more than double in 2015’s—a significant turn-around after 7 years of... Read more »

Grad student unions dealt blow as proposed new rule says students aren’t ‘employees’ | Science

Graduate students at Columbia University went on strike in 2018 after the university declined to acknowledge their union. AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews By Katie LanginSep. 20, 2019 , 4: 45... Read more »

People can predict your tweets—even if you aren’t on Twitter | Science

What your good friends compose on Twitter can expose an unexpected quantity of info about you. tomass2015 Business have actually made billions of dollars by turning whatever we... Read more »

Surprise! Shutdown also disrupting U.S. science agencies that aren’t closed | Science

Numerous furloughed employees and others rallied in Washington, D.C. on 10 January to require an end to the partial shutdown of the U.S. federal government. Flickr/AFGE (CC BY 2.0)... Read more »