Cell - Publishing 26 issues of the most interesting discoveries in biology every year, including an annual Review Issue. Every paper published in Cell is freely available starting 12 months after publication. Cell publishes findings of unusual significance in any area of experimental biology, including but not limited to cell biology, molecular biology, neuroscience, immunology, virology and microbiology, cancer, human genetics, systems biology, signaling, and disease.
EarthSky - Science interviews and other audio and video content. EarthSky has 1,000+ global science advisors - experts in every field of study - who suggest topics, review content, and provide ongoing help.
EPJ Data Science - Topics include, but are not limited to, human behavior, social interaction (including animal societies), economic and financial systems, management and business networks, socio-technical infrastructure, health and environmental systems, the science of science, as well as general risk and crisis scenario forecasting up to and including policy advice.
EurekAlert - An online science news service, sponsored by AAAS, the science society. It features health, science and technology news from leading research institutes.
Gary Marcus - Marcus, a professor at N.Y.U. and author of Guitar Zero: The Science of Becoming Musical At Any Age, writes for The New Yorker about the facts and fictions of neuroscience, moral machines, what needs to be done to clean up science, and the like.
GCN - Technology, tools and tactics for public sectgor IT.
IEEE Spectrum Magazine - The flagship publication of the IEEE, the world's largest professional technology association. For technology innovators, business leaders, and the intellectually curious, Spectrum explores future technology trends and the impact of those trends on society and business.
In Focus - Features the activities of the National Academies, which serve as independent advisers to the federal government on scientific and technical questions of national importance.
Incubator, The - Conversations about science. A blog run by The Rockefeller University community.
IOPscience - An online service for journal content published by IOP Publishing. IOPscience embraces innovative technologies to make it easier for researchers to access scientific, technical and medical content.
iSGTW - An international weekly online publication that covers distributed computing and the research it enables. Regularly feature articles on distributed computing-enabled research in a large variety of disciplines, including physics, biology, sociology, earth sciences, archaeology, medicine, disaster management, crime, and art.
it is NOT junk - Michael Eisen's blog "about genomes, DNA, evolution, open science, baseball and other important things.
MIT News - Promoting Massachusetts Institute of Technology's research, innovations, teaching and newsworthy events and people.
Motherboard - An online magazine and video channel dedicated to the intersection of technology, science and humans. Motherboard raises its eyebrows at the people and things that are making our weird and wonderful present and future, with news, commentary, in-depth reporting, photos, and original video documentaries
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) - PNAS is one of the world's most-cited multidisciplinary scientific serials. Since its establishment in 1914, it continues to publish cutting-edge research reports, commentaries, reviews, perspectives, colloquium papers, and actions of the Academy. Coverage in PNAS spans the biological, physical, and social sciences. PNAS is published weekly in print, and daily online in PNAS Early Edition.
R&D - News and information for the research and development community.
Royal Society, The - Publishes seven journals, covering the biological and physical sciences, as well as the history and philosophy of science. This site provides a range of services and facilities including access to the Society's journals, news of recently published science and the opportunity to buy our publications online.
Science 2.0 - An open science writing network. Creates a place where world-class scientists write articles and discuss issues without being filtered by size or editorial limitations, where there are no political or cultural agendas, and the audience can read great science directly from the sources and maybe learn some new things.
Science Signaling - Journal of cell signaling in physiology and disease. Publishes key findings in the field of cell signaling and articles and online resources providing insight into cellular regulatory processes.
ScienceBlogs - From climate change to intelligent design, HIV/AIDS to stem cells, science education to space exploration, science is figuring prominently in our discussions of politics, religion, philosophy, business and the arts., including:
Symmetry - A magazine about particle physics and its connections to other aspects of life and science, from interdisciplinary collaborations to policy to culture. Published 6 times per year by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. Also browse its Awards and Prizes page.
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