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- Evidence to House of Commons Sci Tech Select Committee on Research Integrity
- How do the world’s biggest drug companies compare, in their transparency commitments?
- Meaningful Transparency Commitments: the WHO Joint Statement from Trial Funders
- How many epidemiologists does it take to change a lightbulb?
- “Transparency, Beyond Publication Bias”. A video of my super-speedy talk at IJE.
- Doc Holliday Is Dead But Tuberculosis Is Still Killing Us - Facts So Romantic
- How to Give Mars an Atmosphere, Maybe - Facts So Romantic
- As Winters Shrink, Our Discontent Grows - Issue 78: Atmospheres
- The Day the Mesozoic Died - Issue 78: Atmospheres
- The Endless Storm Over Jupiter - Issue 78: Atmospheres
- Evolving toxins makes frogs more likely to go extinct | @GrrlScientist
- What happened to wildlife when Chernobyl drove humans out? It thrived | @GrrlScientist
- Hummingbirds nest near hawks for protection | @GrrlScientist
- Predictable evolution: bad news for toads, good news for their predators | @GrrlScientist
- Birds in love produce more babies, study shows | @GrrlScientist
- Norm Borlaug Gave Us The Green Revolution: What's Next?
- Genetically Edited White Blood Cells Are Already Helping Fight Cancer
- Apollo 11 May Have Been First On The Moon But Apollo 12, 50 Years Ago Today, Was Funniest
- The Detox Project Hopes To Get Rich On Deception The Way Non-GMO Project Has
- Pushing Back The Frontiers Of Malaria One African Collaboration At A Time
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