Schlagwort-Archiv: Wissenschaft

Big in the (E)U(SSR).

We present evidence that the number of trips matters for more citations but longer distances are only associated with higher citation numbers for European academics.

Konstantinos Chalvatzis, Peter L. Ormosi: The carbon impact of flying to economics conferences: is flying more associated with more citations? https://doi.org/10.1080/09669582.2020.1806858

Flying Careers.

We found no relationship between air travel emissions and metrics of academic productivity including hIa (h-index adjusted for academic age and discipline). There was, however, a relationship between emissions and salary that remains significant even when controlling for seniority.

Seth Wynes, Simon D. Donner, Steuart Tannason, Noni Nabors: Academic air travel has a limited influence on professional success. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.04.109

Bibliegacy.

Make sure to cite these related work items with consistently-formatted bibliographic citations that include page numbers, but no hyperlinks.

a3nm: Contributing guidelines for computer science research

A dream of science.

I had a dream that Sci-Hub gets discussed by the U.N. For example, Russia could tell the U.S. that it’s a violation of human rights [to ban Sci-Hub] because the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights says everyone has the right to participate in scientific advancement. But that remained only a dream.

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There is no real community to discuss that, you hardly hear such voices. Not just in the mainstream media, but even on YouTube, for example. It all died by 2013, when Aaron Swartz died.

Alexandra Elbakyan (as quoted in Blackballed by PayPal, Scientific-Paper Pirate Takes Bitcoin Donations by Anna Baydakova on CoinDesk.com)

Marslakó.

The joke was that Hungarian scientists are actually descendants of a Martian scout force which landed in Budapest around the year 1900, and later departed after the planet was found unsuitable, but leaving behind children by several Earth women, children who all became the famous scientists. John von Neumann used a number of facts as mock evidence to support this claim, such as the close geographic proximity of the Martians' birthplaces; the well-traceable career path, which started with an interest in chemistry, led the individual in question to German universities where he moved towards physics, at which point the Martian left Europe for the US.

Wikipedia: The Martians (scientists)

Équipes.

Oh look, a list of puns.

Open But.

A prediction: "But your paper is not open access." will be the new academic version of "But your file was a .DOC."

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