I’m going to the @UNLCollegeofLaw

…tomorrow for visit. Recently, I had the opportunity to hear scientist – lawyer Dr. A. Christal Sheppard speak about her interesting career and thought… “Time to visit to my mater’s law school!” I have been interested in legal studies since I was a wee lass spending Saturdays in the public library reading about collateral estoppel. True story Plenty of„I’m going to the @UNLCollegeofLaw“ weiterlesen

NIH to lift Duke sanctions stemming from misconduct

The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) plans to lift sanctions it placed on Duke University more than 1.5 years ago following concerns about how the school responded to recent cases of misconduct. In a memo today to faculty and staff obtained by Retraction Watch, Lawrence Carin, Duke vice president for research wrote: Yesterday the„NIH to lift Duke sanctions stemming from misconduct“ weiterlesen

Weekend reads: Double-dipping with industry funding; a bully is rehired; organized crime scholar charged with money laundering

Before we present this week’s Weekend Reads, a question: Do you enjoy our weekly roundup? If so, we could really use your help. Would you consider a tax-deductible donation to support Weekend Reads, and our daily work? Thanks in advance. The week at Retraction Watch featured: A look at why an infamous paper on autism and„Weekend reads: Double-dipping with industry funding; a bully is rehired; organized crime scholar charged with money laundering“ weiterlesen

George Monbiot Q + A – How rejuvenating nature could help fight climate change

George Monbiot Q + A – How rejuvenating nature could help fight climate change Natural climate solutions let nature do the hard work in the fight against climate change by restoring habitats such as forests and wetlands. This could absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and help biodiversity thrive. Stephen Woroniecki – a PhD Researcher„George Monbiot Q + A – How rejuvenating nature could help fight climate change“ weiterlesen

The End Is Not Near, But If An ‚Insect Apocalypse‘ Ever Happens, How Would We Know?

The End Is Not Near, But If An 'Insect Apocalypse' Ever Happens, How Would We Know? Insects scuttle, chew and fly through the world around us. Humans rely on them to pollinate plants, prey on insects that we don’t get along with, and to be movers and shakers for Earth’s ecosystems. It’s hard to imagine„The End Is Not Near, But If An ‚Insect Apocalypse‘ Ever Happens, How Would We Know?“ weiterlesen