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The subterranean war on science?: a comment
Last week saw the publication of an article entitled “The Subterranean War on Science” in the Association of Psychological Science’s Observer magazine. The authors – scientists from a range of disciplines – reflect on their experiences of their work becoming noticed in public. In particular, they argue that the harassment, bullying and abuse of scientists constitute a ‘war on science’ which should be publicised, with a view to “enable lawmakers to improve the balance between academic freedom and confidentiality of peer review on the one hand, and the public’s right to access information on the other”.
|Publication Date||Nov 3, 2013|
|APA6 Citation||Pearce, W. (2013). The subterranean war on science?: a comment|
|Keywords||transparency, public engagement, science|
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