Category Archives: science communication

science communication

The Outrage Factor – Then and Now

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Another 5 Things to Know About Meta-Analysis

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Research Matters

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“Just” Joking? Sexist Talk in Science

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Tricked: The Ethical Slipperiness of Hoaxes

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Weighing Up Anonymity and Openness in Publication Peer Review

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Peer Review BC (Before Citations)

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Rifts and Bright Spots in Evidence-Based Medicine

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Ask our authors anything: new PLOS ‘AMA’ series debuts on redditscience

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Study Report, Study Reality, and the Gap Between

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