Tag Archives: scientists
Finding the Formula to Combat Back-to-Work Anxiety in STEM
Coronavirus Covid-19: a master science class
A reflection on current academia reality: is it gaining religious features?
People will not trust unkind science
Free to Think: Attacks on Scholars, Scientists threaten Societies Everywhere
Technoculture Podcast – Episode #1: Michael Matlosz
Radio Astronomy driving new competences and innovation on the European scale
New era of Science Diplomacy, especially Nuclear Diplomacy
TÜBİTAK: scientific body or political tool?
The Turkish Council for Scientific and Technical Research (TÜBİTAK) issued on March 24, 2017 a decree addressed to all Turkish peer reviewed scientific journals, including the international periodicals listed by the Turkish Academic Network and Information Read more [...]
The good scientist
The global professionalisation of science was initiated in the 20th century. It has resulted in the creation of the largest scientific community, the most widespread research facilities and in the widest dissemination of scientific knowledge to date. This may, at first sight, appear to be very positive news for science. Yet, the academic population grew extraordinary fast, in the past forty years. Read more [...]