New approach to peer review proves popular with authors, with very similar acceptance rates for male and female last authors, but with higher acceptance rates for late-career researchers compared to their early- and mid-career colleagues.
In an era in which evidence is being disregarded, scientists need to speak up in support of the pursuit for truth. If we do not successively train our youth to distinguish between truth and falsehood, we are at risk of raising a new generation unused to recognizing truth as derived from evidence.
Motivating Participation in Open Science by Examining Researcher Incentives
A survey of researchers at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital provides insights into the challenges and opportunities involved in adopting an open science policy across an entire patient-oriented academic institution.
eLife Supports Development of Open Technology Stack for Publishing Reproducible Manuscripts Online
The Reproducible Document Stack will allow authors to submit their manuscripts in a format that includes embedded code blocks and computed outputs, and for publishers to preserve these assets in an enhanced version of the published online article.