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Making Peer Reviewers More Visible, And Maybe Easier To Recruit

The topic of this post provides a good opportunity to remind readers that I am a science policy analyst, not a research scientist in science policy.  342 more words

Science Policy: General

IgNobel Counterprogramming For The Golden Goose?

The 2014 Golden Goose Award ceremony was on September 18th in Washington.  It was the third ceremony for the awards, recognizing federally supported research that has applications in a totally unanticipated area.  205 more words

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Massaging A Rat Gets Researchers A Goose

With two weeks to go before this year’s awards ceremony, the last Golden Goose Award of 2014 was announced today.  Tiffany Field of the University of Miami, Gary Evoniuk of GlaxoSmithKline, and Cynthia Kuhn, and Saul Schanberg of Duke are… 199 more words

Science Policy: General

In Case You Couldn't Make It To New Zealand

This past Thursday and Friday several senior science policy advisers and scholars in the field were in Auckland, New Zealand for what may well have been the first conference of its kind on science policy.  127 more words

Science Policy: General