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The tactics used by big business to influence research

Dr Alice Fabbri has never accepted industry money for research, nor have any of her colleagues at the Evidence, Policy and Influence Collaborative within USYD's Charles Perkins Centre. The postdoctoral research fellow is therefore well-placed to illuminate 'truth decay' – a phenomenon that can arise ...

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Top journal suspends submissions after influx

What's the opposite of a predatory journal? A dismissive one? The Review of Higher Education (RHE) falls into the latter category. The top-in-field journal, published by Johns Hopkins University Press, recently suspended submissions after reporting a more than two-year backlog. While that's newsworthy ...

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One in four studies in top journal unreplicable

Front-line victims of the replication crisis have been identified by New Zealand and American scientists: studies themselves. Colin Camerer, Brian Nosek and their colleagues from Massey University, America's Center for Open Science, and Caltech, attempted to reproduce the findings of 21 social science ...

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