A couple of days ago, I spoke with reporter Bradley J. Fikes about an interesting, new study “ClinicalTrials.gov, stem cells and ‘pay-to-participate’ clinical studies” (by Leigh Turner, an associate professor at the University of Minnesota Center for Bioethics). The paper describes how businesses use the public website ClinicalTrials.gov to recruit participants for unapproved stem cell interventions. This is […]
Don’t miss this interesting example how scientists collaborate to continually update data charts in an article, mind you a published article in F1000Research (F1000).
In their article “Four aspects to make science open “by design” and not as an after-thought”, Yaroslav Halchenko and Michael Hanke share some interesting thoughts on both data and software projects in light of open science practices, reproducibility, and data access.
Great overview of a number of digital tools that can help with different aspects of scholarly communications.