Holly Else is a reporter with Nature in London. She writes about the ways that scientists conduct research and communicate their findings. Before joining Nature in 2018, she wrote about research policy and universities for Times Higher Education, and she has experience reporting on engineering, infectious diseases and public health. She studied biomedical science at the University of Sheffield and has a master’s degree in science communication from Imperial College London.
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SCIENCE: Reporting on Academic Misconduct and the Business of Science
Science is often admired for its pure and infallible nature, but scientists are humans and, like any of us are affected by biases, conflicts of interest and money. And sometimes they do bad things that need exposing.