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How fair is it for just three people to receive the Nobel Prize in physics? - Guest Work

Guest Author Jan 24, 2018

Caroline Wagner, The Ohio State University This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. The Nobel Foundation statutes decree that “in no case” can a Nobel Prize be divided between more than three people. So it may not raise many eyebrows that the 2017 award in physics went to just … Read More

Cherry-picking and ring-fencing the scientific literature - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Mar 17, 2014

Don’t believe the advertising hype. Anti-fluoride activists are promoting a “Study Tracker” which they see as a powerful weapon in their fight against fluoride. It is simply a search facility for their own database of articles – really Paul Connett’s database at Fluoride Alert. So they can now search Connett’s database – big deal. But … … Continue reading … Read More