In the journal "Lab Times" we can read this interesting story about the concers from biotech scientis on the quality of academic research and the irreporucability of its results
Researchers in biotechnology and the pharmaceutical industry claim the quality of academic research has become so bad that the majority of its published results cannot be reproduced. Jeremy Garwood reports on some startling revelations.
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