Editorials and viewpoints

These publications discuss various issues related to history of science and scientists, and science policies. Views expressed in these papers are those of the author and not necessarily the views of the university or professional societies.

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280. A.I. Krylov
Social Justice Warriors subvert scientific publishing
A chapter in "Ben ik wel woke genoeg?", edited by Martin Harlaar and published by Gompel and Svacina , 223 – 230 (2022) Abstract  PDF 

278. A.I. Krylov, J.S. Tanzman, G. Frenking, and P.M.W. Gill
Scientists must resist cancel culture
Nachrichten aus der Chemie  70, 12 – 14 (2022) Abstract  Full text 

276. A.I. Krylov, G. Frenking, and P.M.W. Gill
Royal Society of Chemistry provides guidelines for censorship to its editors
Chemistry International  44, 32 – 34 (2022) Abstract  Full text 

273. A.I. Krylov and J. Tanzman
Academic ideologues are corrupting STEM. The silent liberal majority must fight back.
Quillette , (2021) Abstract  Full text 

268. A.I. Krylov
The peril of politicizing science
J. Phys. Chem. Lett.  12, 5371 – 5376 (2021) Abstract  Full text 

225. C. Wittig, A. Sanov, S. Reid, and A. I. Krylov
Tribute to Hanna Reisler
J. Phys. Chem. A  123, 6381 – 6383 (2019) Abstract  PDF 

161. A.I. Krylov, J.M. Herbert, F. Furche, M. Head-Gordon, P.J. Knowles, R. Lindh, F.R. Manby, P. Pulay, C.-K. Skylaris, and H.-J. Werner
What is the price of open-source software?
J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 6, 2751 – 2754 (2015) Abstract  PDF 

79. A.B. McCoy, A.I. Krylov, and V. Buch
Preface to the Robert Benny Gerber Festschrift
J. Phys. Chem. A 113, 7161 – 7162 (2009) PDF