• Stanford student Yoni Lerner writes on the importance of replication in science and interviews METRICS co-director John Ioannidis
  • A Reddit dedicated to meta-research where anyone can post relevant content they find online (e.g. articles, news, initiatives, opportunities), initiate discussions on anything they see fit (e.g. opinions, ideas, peer review) and help create a corpus on anything related to meta-research. The hope is for it to become an inclusive community for all by all, through which we can all facilitate each other towards studying and improving the state of scientific research quality. If you think this would be useful to you or anyone you know of, feel free to subscribe, contribute and pass it on!
  • Steps Towards Transparency in Research Publishing

    Sep 26, 2017

    As research and editorial processes become increasingly open, scientists and editors need to be proactive but also alert to risks.
  • Innovations in Peer Review and Scientific Publishing

    Sep 12, 2017
    PLoS Blog

    Hilda Bastain
    Over 500 science journal editors, publishers, and meta-researchers are gathered in Chicago for the 8th Peer Review Congress (#PRC8), a once-every-4-years researchfest about “enhancing the quality and credibility of science”.
  • Is Science Broken? Or is it Self-correcting?

    Aug 25, 2017

    Daniel Engber
    Two years ago this month, news of the replication crisis reached the front page of the New York Times.