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The blog journal elephantinthelab.org spots problems in science - Generic Image

The blog journal elephantinthelab.org spots problems in science

You have probably heard the phrase “ the elephant in the room” to say that there is a problem that everyone knows, but no one talks about. As of July…

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Digital research politics

Digitalisation changes science and research. This simple insight is also present in the programs of German parties, although not to the same extent and with different foci. Which German parties…

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Key resource knowledge: learning in a digitalised world

The digitalisation challenges existing paradigms in almost all areas of society. It is not – although often claimed – a force of nature that we have to adapt to. It…

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Form follows function? Challenging the academic narrative

The internet has fundamentally changed the way researchers work and collaborate, but has had less impact on the way they publish their results. We ask how scientific reports should be…

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DeepGreen: Open-Access-Transformation

Supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG), the DeepGreen project aims to transfer academic publications which can be made freely accessible into open access. This process will be automated using…

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Replication is a matter of impact

In their first blogpost the authors argued for the conduction of more replication studies that e.g. use the same data. In this entry they look at how reputation and replication are entangled….