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  • Spending and Publishing

    Since we were talking about worldwide scientific productivity here the other day, this article in The Economist is timely. They’re talking about the share… Read More
  • And Now, the Retractome

    Back in January, I wrote about the controversial “Reactome” paper that had appeared in Science. This is the one that claimed to have immobilized ove… Read More
  • Peer Review’s Problems

    Over at Ars Technica, here’s an excellent look at the peer review process, which I last spoke about here. The author, Chris Lee, rightly points out that w… Read More
  • Trusting the Medical Literature?

    How reliable is the medical literature, anyway? This profile of John Ioannidis at The Atlantic is food for thought. Ioannidis is the man behind the famous ̶… Read More
  • Those Chemistry Bloggers

    After reading this piece on Chembark, I find that I have to help defend the whole chem-blogging enterprise. The latest Analytical Chemistry has an editorial fro… Read More
  • Conference Thoughts

    Update: here’s a trip report on this conference over at Practical Fragments I’m back from Philadelphia and the FBLD conference. I’m not going… Read More
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