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  • In a new paper with a provocative title, “Why most clinical research is not useful,” John Ioannidis, MD, DSc, makes the case that despite its name, much research that aims to improve outcomes in the clinic falls short, in part, because it isn’t designed to lead “to a favorable change in decision making… either by itself or when integrated with other studies and evidence.”
  • Researchers tease out different definitions of a crucial scientific term.
  • What Does Scientific Reproducibility Mean, Anyway?

    Jun 14, 2016
    STAT

    By:
    Ivan Oransky
    Adam Marcus
    Reproducibility is one of the buzziest terms in science today. After all, science by its nature is not supposed to be a one-and-done affair.
  • Reproducible Research: A Hunt for the Truth

    Jun 09, 2016
    SCOPE

    By:
    Jennie Dusheck
    Last week, the journal Nature published the results of a survey asking scientists if they thought the published scientific literature is mostly correct.
  • Facilitating Reproducibility

    Apr 05, 2016
    Stanford University Libraries Blog

    By:
    Amy E Hodge
    Many scientists are making the reproducibility of their research a much higher priority these days than they used to. But it's a time consuming task, which means that many are searching for tools and workflows to help facilitate their efforts.