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Scientific consensus has gotten a bad reputation—and it doesn’t deserve it

In a recent post, Senior science editor at Ars TechnicaJohn Timmer defends the importance of consensus.

Opening with the following quote from author Michael Crichton: 392 more words


small thoughts on transparency in research (descriptions of methods, analysis)

there is currently a good deal of attention on transparency of social science research – as there should be. much of this is focused on keeping the analysis honest, including pre-analysis plans ( 831 more words


How viruses invade cells

Great video illustrating how viruses invade cells.


The 10 Things Every Grad Student Should Do

In a recent post on the Data Pub blog, Carly Strasser provides a useful transparency guide for newcomers to the world of empirical research. Below is an adapted version of that post.  627 more words


India's OA policy: Learning from Ioannidis

India’s first Open Access policy was drafted by a committee affiliated with the Departments of Biotechnology and Science & Technology (DBT/DST) in early 2014. It hasn’t been implemented yet. 1,058 more words

Policies & Economics

Failover Plan. Recovering without nerves. #vBrownBag. VeeamOn.

A small talk about new Veeam Backup and Replication v8 feature “Failover Plan” on VeeamOn conference in Las Veagas