On finally facing the Enquiry Centre, I saw that it consisted of three parts, representing successive stages in its evolution. The oldest section exhibited the brutalist style typical of many British university buildings of the 1960s and early ’70s. McKean and Walker describe it as “a muscular medieval fortress”, and its concrete buttresses and small windows…
Why it is misguided for open access advocates to bash paywall publishers for asserting their copyright.
“Slow Scientists” call for unlimited time to think. But perhaps they should be careful what they wish for.
Tweaking the Frascati definitons of research types to highlight the role that each type of research plays in an economic cycle of knowledge production.
We may not need faith to believe the results of scientific research, but investing in a research project is often an act of faith.