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Modelling Science Trustworthiness Under Publish or Perish Pressure

Why Scientists Need to Do More About Research Fraud

04.01.2018

Fallibility in Science: Responding to Errors in the Work of Oneself and Others

01.01.2018

Precision Medical Treatments Have A Quality Control Problem

31.12.2017

The Replication Crisis in Science

31.12.2017

Understanding Unconscious Bias

28.12.2017

Want to Win a Nobel Prize? Retract a Paper. Really!

25.12.2017

There’s No Such Thing As "Sound Science"

07.12.2017

One Way to Fix Reproducibility Problems: Train Scientists Better

06.12.2017

"Definitely Embarrassing:" Nobel Laureate Retracts Non-Reproducible Paper in Nature Journal

05.12.2017

New York Psychiatry Researcher Charged with Embezzlement, Faces Jail Time

01.12.2017

Rewarding Negative Results Keeps Science on Track

23.11.2017

The Dismal Science Remains Dismal, Say Scientists

20.11.2017

'Null' Research Findings Aren't Empty of Meaning. Let's Publish Them

11.11.2017

The Human Fallibility of Scientists

11.11.2017

Are Scientists Doing Too Much Research?

02.11.2017

Many Academics Are Eager to Publish in Worthless Journals

30.10.2017

Whether Psychology Research Is Improving Depends on Whom You Ask

29.10.2017

Scientists in the Lurch After Imprecise MHRD Notice About 'Paid Journals'

16.10.2017

F1000 Research Started Publishing Registered Reports

13.10.2017
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