Building a Great Scientific Abstract: A Quick Checklist | PLOS Blogs Network

      It should never be a rushed afterthought. An awful lot is riding on the quality of scientific abstracts. Most readers will rely on that summary, delving in no further. And a conference VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Building a Great Scientific Abstract: A…

An Author Rights Perspective on Scientific Editors | PLOS Blogs Network

  By Hilda Bastian   What should scientific editors be able to do well? We would all be able to agree easily on some basics. Last year, a group led by David Moher and colleagues VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE An Author Rights Perspective on Scientific…

How is Artificial Intelligence Changing Science?

… challenge is his latest: using artificial intelligence (AI) to reshape scientific exploration … manager for the Artificial Intelligence Products Group at Intel, uses artificial intelligence to reshape … architecture general manager for its Artificial Intelligence Products Group discussed his role … VISIT THE SOURCE…

Distribution Release: Scientific Linux 7.5

Scientific Linux is a distribution built by re-compiling the source code for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and providing some additional packages and features. The project has announced an update to the distribution’s 7.x series, Scientific Linux 7.5. The release announcement states: “Major differences from Scientific…

The Hidden Gems of Data Accessibility Statements | PLOS Blogs Network

  Sometimes the best part of reading a scientific paper is an unexpected moment of recognition — not in the science, but in the humanity of the scientists. It’s reassuring in a way to find VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE The Hidden Gems of Data Accessibility…

Pursuing Preprints, Preventing Pandemics: How pre-peer-review posting can accelerate outbreak science | PLOS Research News | PLOS Blogs Network

0000-0002-8715-2896 Preprints – scientific papers posted online prior to peer review – offer opportunities to share and discuss research rapidly and openly, and Michael Johansson, infectious disease expert and founder of the nonprofit Outbreak Science, VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Pursuing Preprints, Preventing Pandemics: How pre-peer-review…

Stephen Hawking – The Nature of Black Holes – YouTube

Professor Hawking examines scientific thinking about black holes and challenges the idea that all matter and information is destroyed irretrievably within them. He explains his own hypothesis that black holes may emit a form of radiation, now known as Hawking Radiation. He discusses the search…

The Ultimate Impact of Artificial Intelligence – Prof. Max Tegmark – YouTube

Max Tegmark is a Swedish-American cosmologist. Tegmark is a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the scientific director of the Foundational Questions Institute. He is also a co-founder of the Future of Life Institute, and has accepted donations from Elon Musk to investigate…