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What's an Endpoint?

An endpoint, within the context of a human clinical study, is the targeted outcome of that study – basically, what the researchers wish to study and measure.   357 more words

Coal Tar

Mthfr c677t, Homocysteine and Risk of Splanchnic Vein Thrombosis: A Pooled Analysis of Published Epidemiological Studies

This meta-analysis aimed to assess comprehensively about the literature examining of a possible link between the methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) C677T gene mutation and homocysteine and the risk of splanchnic vein thrombosis (SVT). 13 more words

Budd-Chiari Syndrome

Meta-Analysis on Discrimination: 2nd Place, Best Paper Award

I’m happy to announce that a paper I’ve drafted with Eva Zschirnt has won 2nd place for the IMISCOE Rinus Penninx Best Paper Award. In the paper we provide a proper meta-analysis of ethnic discrimination in hiring decision, summarizing the results of 627 correspondence tests carried out between 1990 and 2015. 42 more words

Didier Ruedin

Meta Analysis in International Finance : Call for Papers

Meta Analysis in International Finance : Call for Papers

A Special Issue of International Review of Financial Analysis is planned in 2016 on the issue of… 103 more words


Guest post: Responses of functional groups to forest recovery suggests irreplaceability of old-growth forests

Today we have a guest post from Becks Spake who is doing her PhD at Southampton University (as an aside, Becks in currently on the lookout for a post-doc, so feel free to get in touch with her). 841 more words


2015 College World Series preview

The climax of the college baseball season begins this weekend as 64 teams compete in the first round of the NCAA Division 1 College World Series…

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College Baseball

Why does humanity get smarter and smarter?

Intelligence tests have to be adjusted all the time because people score higher and higher. If the average human of today went 105 years back in time, s/he would score 130, be considered as gifted, and join clubs for highly intelligent people. 430 more words

Richard Kunert