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Sordid tale of a study of cognitive behavioral therapy for schizophrenia gone bad

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When Open Access is the norm, how do scientists work together online?

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How Articles Get Noticed and Advance the Scientific Conversation

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Imperfect science of #TheDress, RIP Leonard Nimoy and Mr. Spock

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Researchers Changing the Way We Respond to Epidemics with Wikipedia and Twitter

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Coop’s Citizen Sci Scoop: Hash Out Citizen Science in Twitter Chat Sessions

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“Low T” and Prescription Testosterone: Public Viewing of the Science Does Matter

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Human microbiome, Vitamin E for Alzheimer’s, Tweets, $1000 Genome

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Advice to Junior Academics on How to Get Involved With Twitter

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Guest post: creating scientists in 140 characters

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