reproducibility

3.8.17

Code Is the White Whale of Reproducibility In Science

And more than a little quixotic.

10.3.16

Anonymous Internet Vigilantes Are Taking Peer Review Into Their Own Hands

PubPeer users went from discussing papers to hunting down fraud—and have embroiled the site in the most important internet privacy case you've never heard of.

9.26.16

Disavowed ‘Power Pose’ Paper Illustrates Science’s Reproducibility Problem

What happens when junk science makes it into the mainstream?

9.8.16

Scientists Have Conducted Decades of Research on Mislabeled Cell Lines

Since 1950, many cell lines used in research have been mislabeled as being from the wrong individual, tissue, or species.

9.5.16

Scientists Are Worried About 'Peer Review by Algorithm’

A researcher scanned 50,000 papers for statistical errors using an automated system.

6.15.16

Why Can't Scientists Reproduce a Definition of 'Reproducibility'?

Everyone wants reproducible results, but no one can say what that actually means.

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8.27.15

A Huge Study Found Less than Half of Psychology Findings Were Reproducible

More evidence that science isn’t as self-correcting as you might hope.