NYU professor offers 6 ways to make science more reliable

12/26/2012 | New Yorker (free content), The

Rewarding the quality of research instead of the quantity of published papers, encouraging researchers to publish studies that failed and promoting meta-analysis would go a long way toward making science more reliable and reproducible, writes New York University professor Gary Marcus. He also suggests creating and enforcing a code of ethics and reminds researchers, the public and the media that a single study does not prove anything.

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