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Experts’ Take: Why It is Important to Publish Negative Results

Often, it has been noticed that most of the basic and preclinical research cannot be reproduced. In fact,…
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Using Speech Recognition Software in Your Research

In Search of Freedom! We’ve been using keyboards since Christopher Latham Stoles developed the first QWERTY design for…
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How Should the Performance of Peer Reviewers be Assessed?

Serving Two Masters: Which elements should be considered as a metric for performance as a good peer reviewer?…
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What should you do when you can’t replicate a study’s results?

A Process Based on Assumptions! When a replication study is commissioned, much of the initial work is based…
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Is Basic Research Harder to Fund than Applied Research?

Justification of Performance! Getting any research funded is hard. There has never been a blank check for research…
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Should Peer Reviewers Sign a Code of Ethics?

Increased Scrutiny of a Critical Process: A Google search for “peer review best practices” will produce over 5,600…
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6 Tips for Chairing a Plenary Session

What is a Plenary Session? You’ve been invited to chair the plenary session at an academic conference. It…
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The Power of Keywords in Building a Comprehensive Literature Review

The Importance of Preparation: The quotation, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will…
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Were there ever “good old days” for academic research?

The Only Constant is Change Any young scientist struggling with the competitive challenges of modern research can be…
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Should a Peer Reviewer be Paid?

Should a Peer Reviewer Choose Honor Above Money? The peer review process has always been considered to be…
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