Slow Science is part of the broader Slow Movement. It is based on the belief that science should be a slow, steady, methodical process, and that scientists should not be expected to provide "quick fixes" to society's problems. Slow Science supports curiosity-driven scientific research and opposes performance targets.
- Fast science vs. slow science, or slow and steady wins the race (17 September 1990) by Eugene Garfield, reprinted from The Scientist, vol. 4, no. 18, p. 14
- Taking time to savour the rewards of slow science (21 September 2006) by Lisa Alleva, Nature 443, 271
- The Slow Science Manifesto (2010), The Slow Science Academy, Berlin
- For a Slow Science movement (2011): http://slowscience.fr
- Content-based science
- Slow Science for Argentina, Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/570466633020273/
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