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Replication studies: Bad copy
  • E. Yong
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nature
  • 17 May 2012
In the wake of high-profile controversies, psychologists are facing up to problems with replication.
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Nobel laureate challenges psychologists to clean up their act
  • E. Yong
  • Psychology
  • Nature
  • 3 October 2012
Social-priming research needs “daisy chain” of replication.
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Uncertainty shrouds psychologist's resignation
Lawrence Sanna departed University of Michigan amid questions over his work from ‘data detective’ Uri Simonsohn.
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Cancer biomarkers: Written in blood
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Studies of activated microglia and macrophages in lumbosacral spinal cord following an intraperitoneal injection of 6-aminonicotinamide into adult rats.
The anterior horns of the lumbosacral segment of the spinal cord in rats showed an extensive lesion following an intraperitoneal administration of 6-amino-nicotinamide (6-AN). Neuronal chromatolysisExpand
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City songbirds change their tune
Noise pollution isn't just changing the way urban birds sing, it seems to be driving evolution too
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Mutant-flu paper published
  • E. Yong
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nature
  • 3 May 2012
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Influenza: Five questions on H5N1
Scientists now know that the deadly bird flu virus is capable of causing a human pandemic. That makes tackling the remaining unknowns all the more urgent.
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Gut microbial 'enterotypes' become less clear-cut
Communities of gut bacteria may form a spectrum rather than falling into distinct groups.
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Research ethics: 3 ways to blow the whistle
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