In: Literature

Additional reads in June 2021
June 16, 2021

Nonreplicable publications are cited more than replicable ones Good research begins long before papers get written Why indirect contributions matter for…

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Putting the Self in Self-Correction: Findings from the Loss-of-Confidence Project
June 16, 2021

Science is often perceived to be a self-correcting enterprise. In principle, the assessment of scientific claims is supposed to proceed in…

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Creating clear and informative image-based figures for scientific publications
June 16, 2021

Scientists routinely use images to display data and images are a critical part of a scientific report or publication.However, many resources…

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What is the optimum design for my animal experiment?
June 16, 2021

Within preclinical research, attention has focused on experimental design and how current practices can lead to poor reproducibility. There are numerous…

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Meta-analysis of variation suggests that embracing variability improves both replicability and generalizability in preclinical research
June 16, 2021

The long-held belief that experimental standardization begets replicability has recently been challenged – based on the observation that the reduction of…

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The MDAR Framework – a new tool for life sciences reporting
June 16, 2021

Incomplete or imprecise reporting of life sciences research contributes to challenges with reproducibility, replicability, and biomedical applications. For the last three…

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EQIPD Quality System published
June 16, 2021

The manuscript “Introduction to the EQIPD quality system” was recently accepted by and published in eLife. This publication marks an important milestone…

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Additional reads in March 2021
March 30, 2021

Science Forum: Improving preclinical studies through replications Assessment of transparency indicators across the biomedical literature: How open is open? Von Botswana…

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Reactivation-dependent amnesia for contextual fear memories: Evidence for publication bias
March 30, 2021

Research on memory reconsolidation has been booming in the last two decades, with numerous high-impact publications reporting promising amnestic interventions in…

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Taking a fresh look at FAIR for research software
March 30, 2021

Software is increasingly essential in most research, and much of this software is developed specifically for and during research. To make this…

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