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South-East Asia blazing a trail on research collaboration

South-East Asian countries have higher rates of international collaboration on research than the global average, a …

29/10/12

News

Thai 'plagiarism' saga takes a new turn

Plagiarism dispute rocks Thailand as high-ranking official faces court charges over allegations of forged documents.

28/05/12

Practical guide

How do I sub-edit a science article?

Sub-editing an article means making it readable, accurate and attractive — not putting words in the author's …

10/02/08

News

Microsoft accelerates free access to journals

Microsoft has agreed to provide software to allow scientists in the developing world easier and more secure free …

16/07/07

Opinion

Online library needs to sharpen up

An initiative to bring biomedical research journals free to the developing world is faltering, protest a group of …

02/07/07

News

Science publisher extends journalists' access

Science publisher Elsevier is to provide journalists from developing countries with free access to research from …

23/04/07

News

Scientists get free access to environment journals

A new scheme will give scientists at many developing country institutes free access to over 1,000 environmental …

06/11/06

Opinion

Muslim science must join the 21st century

A study of scientific research in the Muslim world shows that it lags far behind the rest of the world, but there …

03/11/06

News

Free 'wiki' textbooks planned for developing nations

University students in poor countries could soon be able to access high-quality textbooks, thanks to a US-based …

01/09/06

Editorials

UN-GAID: just another acronym?

There is a need to link up the thousands of communications technology initiatives littered across the developing …

29/06/06

News

First Chinese bird flu death 'was in 2003, not 2005'

A Chinese man thought to have died of SARS may in fact have died of H5N1 two years before China first reported its …

26/06/06