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Trends Newsletter | Fall 2019

Cultivating Scientific Integrity

Fall 2019 | Scientific Integrity | by Tim Verslycke, Ph.D., and Dave Mayfield, M.S., DABT, BCES

Cultivating Scientific Integrity

As scientific research comes under increased scrutiny in today’s hyper political world, it is imperative that scientists continue to pursue the highest levels of scientific integrity in their research.

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Tools for Minimizing Scientific Bias

Fall 2019 | Scientific Integrity | by Lisa Bailey, Ph.D., and Terri Bowers, Ph.D.

Tools for Minimizing Scientific Bias

The systematic review and peer review processes – when done properly – can be powerful tools for minimizing bias.

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Probing Uncertainty is What Makes it Science

Fall 2019 | Scientific Integrity | by Lorenz Rhomberg, Ph.D., ATS

Probing Uncertainty is What Makes it Science

Debating the uncertainties of science and uncovering different interpretations of the data ultimately creates strong, reliable, and actionable science.

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The Importance of Scientific Reproducibility

Fall 2019 | Scientific Integrity | by Trevor Butterworth, M.S.

The Importance of Scientific Reproducibility

The reproducibility of results is a cornerstone of sound science.

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What's New at Gradient

Fall 2019 | Scientific Integrity | by Gradient

What's New at Gradient

A listing of awards, announcements, recent publications and upcoming presentations.

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