Analysis of meta-analyses identifies where sciences’ real problems lie
Harvard University reader comments 12 Share this story Science is in a phase of pretty intense soul-searching. Over the past few years, systemic problems that lead to unreliable scientific results have become more and more obvious. There’s a litany of woes for good science: publication bias leads to buried data, single studies don’t stand well on their...
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