Replication Crisis

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Health & Medicine

Science needs to look inward to move forward

Robust science depends on encouraging and incentivising more open and transparent practices in research – now, metascientists are looking at what works and what doesn’t

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Sciences & Technology

Governments must support science, not self-interest

The proposal of an ‘independent science quality assurance agency’ will not address the research replication crisis and will hinder attempts to improve science

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Sciences & Technology

The credibility of research needs you

In what is the biggest effort yet to try and solve science’s replication crisis, researchers need thousands of volunteer experts

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