Surveys in German nature reserves point to a dramatic decline in insect biomass. Key members of ecosystems may be slipping away.
Their ideas about science are sketchy, but Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron have vastly different world views.
European Commission may follow Wellcome, Gates and set up open-access platform.
Government largesse may ease Brexit—at least for applied science.
The European Research Council has earned a reputation for quality—and for being risk averse.
ELI's plans for a 200-petawatt laser quietly postponed.
Researchers frozen out as parties vie for control of research station.
Two special elections seek to address gender imbalance by admitting only women.
New foundation will fund peer-reviewed grants, but scientists fear that it won't bail them out of crisis.
Investigations into the Paolo Macchiarini scandal highlight misconduct and institutional failings.