There was a lot of talk this year at the 100th anniversary of the Ecological Society of America about getting permission before sharing details of anyone else's research (particularly, tweeting), apparently due to heightened fears about "scooping"-- the phenomenon in science where someone beats you to publishing research such that your work is less relevant/less ground-breaking/less publishable.
If it weren't for my exposure to the following resources, I would still think that religion and science were irreparably at odds. This conflict was always a major stumbling block to my faith. For those at the other end of the spectrum (religious, but anti-science), the conflict prevents a full appreciation of the natural world that God gave us, and often inspires decision-making that disregards the impact our world has on us today and for future generations. If the Bible is God's word, and the world is God's creation, there should be no disagreement between what we find in the two. Luckily, an increasing number of people agree with this.