News story from Times Higher Education on Saturday 09 December 2017
Times Higher Education,
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Opinion: Science's credibility crisis will get worse before it can get better
Home Other Sciences Social Sciences November 9, 2017 November 9, 2017 by Andrea Saltelli, The Conversation Science's…
Want to Fix Science’s Replication Crisis? Then Replicate
Every month or so, the media reports on the latest so-called superfood that will either cure or cause cancer.
To Believe in Science Is to Believe in Data Sharing
The big news thus far in 2016 comes not from a study but from a possible change in how clinical science gets done.
Good News Is Unplanned
Matt Ridley blogThe Evolution of Everything: How New Ideas Emerge, by Matt Ridley, HarperCollins, $28.99, 368 pp.
Unlike a Rolling Stone: Is Science Really Better Than Journalism at Self-Correction?
The Epoch Times,
Rolling Stone’s retraction of an incendiary article about an alleged gang rape on the campus of the University of Virginia…
Is science really better than journalism at self-correction?
Rolling Stone's retraction of an incendiary article about an alleged gang rape on the campus of the University of Virginia…
Unlike a Rolling Stone: is science really better than journalism at self-correction?
Both science and journalism can do better at acknowledging and correcting errors. Periodicals via www.shutterstock.com. Rolling…
Top 100 Talked-About Papers of 2014
Drug Discovery and Development ,
The academic papers of 2014 most cited by news and social media covered an astonishing range of topics, from science fraud, to…
What the Year's Most-Noticed Research Papers Tell Us About Ourselves
The Chronicle of Higher Education,
On our minds: diet and disease, the fate of the environment, the origins of humans. And, of course, Facebook’s messing with our…
How to improve our scientific practice?
One of the founders of classical economics Adam Smith noticed that “before the invention of the art of The post How to improve…
A blueprint to boost reproducibility of results
Online commenters show support for a call to shake up science.
Most published medical research is false; Here's how to improve
In 2005, in a landmark paper viewed well over a million times, John Ioannidis explained in PLOS Medicine why most published…