Science of the Union.
A reanalysis by a second research group suggests a 2011 study that used EEG to detect consciousness in three vegetative patients was fooled by randomness.
Using innovative copyrights and a Web 2.0 platform, John Wilbanks may just transform how scientific discoveries are made
Who did more as a Senator to support scientific integrity?
Nerdy Mad Libs Fool the Experts
A recent study finds that only 21 percent of all retracted papers were due to legitimate error rather than scientific misconduct.
In the latest issue of Nature, Dean Keith Simonton argues that modern science is just building on what's already known, rather than upending what we think we know.
New poll shows Tea Partiers in particular are anti-science.
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Mark Zuckerberg and fellow tech leaders fund annual prizes worth $22 million
Hope Jahren's Lab Girl plants seeds
To handle potential discomforting thoughts, people rationalize their thoughts and actions.
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Short answer: At least one in 50 scientists is doing something fishy
Ryan Chester's video won him and his school $400,000 from leading tech titans
Absurd names for cameras and imagers, ranked
Congress will scramble to address the isotope paucity this week
Structuralist analysis reveals why you think soft, floral patterns are so tacky. (Ugh, so tacky.)