Improving bioscience research reporting: ARRIVE-ing at a solution

@article{Kilkenny2010ImprovingBR,
  title={Improving bioscience research reporting: ARRIVE-ing at a solution},
  author={Caroline Kilkenny and Douglas G. Altman},
  journal={Laboratory Animals},
  year={2010},
  volume={44},
  pages={377 - 378}
}
In the last decade the number of bioscience journals has increased enormously. The emergence of open access journals has further revolutionized the publication process, maximizing the availability of research data. Nevertheless, a wealth of evidence shows that, across many areas, the reporting of biomedical research is often inadequate, leading to the view that, in many cases, even if the science is sound the publications themselves are not ‘fit for purpose’. 1 Scrutiny by scientific peers has… CONTINUE READING

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