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Plan to Replicate 50 High-Impact Cancer Papers Shrinks to Just 18

06.08.2018

Digital Open Science - Teaching Digital Tools for Reproducible and Transparent Research

06.08.2018

Replicable Business Models for Replicable Science - Generation R

18.07.2018

Philip Zimbardo Defends the Stanford Prison Experiment, his Most Famous Work

28.06.2018

A Truly Reproducible Scientific Paper

18.06.2018

When It Comes to Reproducible Science, Git Is Code for Success

11.06.2018

Can Auditing Scientific Research Help Fix Its Reproducibility Crisis?

06.06.2018

Scientific Productivity: An Exploratory Study of Metrics and Incentives

06.06.2018

Before Reproducibility Must Come Preproducibility

25.05.2018

Failures Are Essential to Scientific Inquiry

17.05.2018

A Remedy for Broken Science, or an Attempt to Undercut It?

23.04.2018

The Irreproducibility Crisis of Modern Science: Causes, Consequences, and the Road to Reform

18.04.2018

How Bad Is the Government’s Science?

18.04.2018

The Oxford Reproducibility School

16.03.2018

An Empirical Analysis of Journal Policy Effectiveness for Computational Reproducibility

14.03.2018

The Preregistration Revolution

12.03.2018

Does Your Code Stand up to Scrutiny?

10.03.2018

"Publication Practice Has to Change"

27.02.2018

How to Make Replication the Norm

22.02.2018

The Importance of Being Second

04.02.2018
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