The rise and fall of scientific authority — and how to bring it back

@article{Crease2019TheRA,
  title={The rise and fall of scientific authority — and how to bring it back},
  author={Robert P. Crease},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2019},
  volume={567},
  pages={309-310}
}
Robert P. Crease harks back to the shapers of our scientific infrastructure and what they can tell us about how to handle the threat we now face.Robert P. Crease harks back to the shapers of our scientific infrastructure and what they can tell us about how to handle the threat we now face. 
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