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  • This year, 49% of the world will go to the polls. Political support for science-informed policy is not a given. Maria Caffrey, a whistleblower who defended scientific integrity under the Trump administration, offers advice on media engagement during this time.

    • Maria A. Caffrey
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  • As an international student and academic, Thuy-vy T. Nguyen experienced the importance of culturally relevant mentoring first hand. In this World View, she shares her learnings for mentors and mentees.

    • Thuy-vy T. Nguyen
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  • Large language models are capable of impressive feats, but the job of scientific review requires more than the statistics of published work can provide.

    • Grace W. Lindsay
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  • In Japan, people express gratitude towards technology and this helps them to achieve balance. Yet, dominant narratives teach us that anthropomorphizing artificial intelligence (AI) is not healthy. Our attitudes towards AI should not be bult upon overarching universal models, argues Shoko Suzuki.

    • Shoko Suzuki
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  • For the partnership between policy and academia to be a fruitful one, it is important that expectations on both sides are clear. In this World View, Ammaarah Martinus shares her experiences from working in government for over a decade.

    • Ammaarah Martinus
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  • Bullying comes in many forms, including when subordinates bully a manager. Sara Branch argues that workplaces should implement policies to combat all types of bullying.

    • Sara Branch
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  • Anglo-Saxon conventions in handling author names in the academy negatively affect scholars around the world. Academia can and must take steps to change this, writes Victoria Guazzelli Williamson.

    • Victoria Guazzelli Williamson
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  • Ongoing strike action has hit UK universities in recent months. Undergraduate student Kelsey Trevett explains why they are fully supportive of their striking lecturers.

    • Kelsey Trevett
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