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PLOS ONE welcomes RIAT (Restoring Invisible and Abandoned Trials) Initiative

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Who’s to blame (or credit) for fast peer review?

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PLOS ONE Launches a New Peer Review Form

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“Strong evidence” for a treatment evaporates with a closer look: Many psychotherapies are similarly vulnerable.

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What I learned as an Academic Editor for PLOS ONE

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Say Hello to F1000 Research

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SciWriteLabs #6: BMJ editor Fiona Godlee on the Wakefield-MMR fiasco, the problems with peer review, and research oversight boards

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SciWriteLabs #5.2: Bhattacharya returns! The MMR debacle and why peer review is no substitute for penetrative reporting

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The responsibility of research: the dual use dilemma

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How to Submit Your Review

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