Science Forum: A community-led initiative for training in reproducible research
Reproducibility: expect less of the scientific paper
Share methods through visual and digital protocols
Five keys to writing a reproducible lab protocol
Quality shines when scientists use publishing tactic known as registered reports, study finds
No study is ever flawless: A scoping review of common errors in biomedical manuscripts
Impact factor abandoned by Dutch university in hiring and promotion decisions
Beware performative reproducibility
Why Bad Science Is Sometimes More Appealing Than Good Science
Replication and trustworthiness
Data don’t lie, but they can lead scientists to opposite conclusions
Language as a barrier to publishing?
Excel autocorrect errors still plague genetic research, raising concerns over scientific rigour
Preprint advocates must also fight for research integrity
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