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State of the World's Science 2016
Special Report
Special Report

State of the World's Science 2016

Governmental manipulation of news; scientists who won't speak about their work; and research the public never sees

Creationism Invades Europe

An antiscience movement once limited mostly to the U.S. is gaining ground on the eastern side of the Atlantic

October 1, 2016 — Stefaan Blancke and Peter C. Kjærgaard

State of the World's Science 2015

What happens when you put the life of the mind and the problems of a global civilization in a jar and shake it? The powerful and sometimes uneasy alliance between science and the society it serves is the theme of this year's special report on the “State of the World's Science”

September 15, 2015

State of the World's Science 2012

The pursuit of knowledge is now a global enterprise. Scientific American and Nature have teamed up on this special report on how this trend is changing the way science is done, and how it informs the world

December 7, 2012
State of the World's Science 2016

Governmental manipulation of news; scientists who won't speak about their work; and research the public never sees

Scientific American Space & Physics