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Sperm Competition: Size isn't everything
Ronald E Ellis, Qing Wei
Philosophy of Biology: Philosophical bias is the one bias that science cannot avoid
Fredrik Andersen et al.
Scientists should be aware of the non-empirical assumptions that influence all kinds of research.
Meta-Research: How significant are the public dimensions of faculty work in review, promotion and tenure documents?
Juan P Alperin et al.
An analysis of review, promotion and tenure documents from 129 US and Canadian universities suggests institutions could better fulfill their public missions by changing how they incentivize the public dimensions of faculty work.
Computational Psychiatry: Exploring atypical timescales in the brain
Leonardo L Gollo
Identifying activity imbalances in specific brain regions may help to diagnose and treat psychiatric disorders.
Point of View: Four erroneous beliefs thwarting more trustworthy research
Mark Yarborough et al.
Strategies to improve public trust in biomedical research are being hindered by a scientific mindset that stifles interest in reform.
Chromosomes and Gene Expression
Genome Organization: Painting chromosomes in the nucleus
Cori K Cahoon, Diana E Libuda
A multiplexed approach to DNA FISH experiments has been used to visualize the three-dimensional organization of chromosomes and specific chromosomal regions in
Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
Transcription: Overcoming chromatin barriers
Babette E de Jong, John van Noort
Single-molecule experiments reveal the dynamics of transcription through a nucleosome with single-base-pair accuracy.
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Research: A comprehensive and quantitative exploration of thousands of viral genomes
Gita Mahmoudabadi, Rob Phillips
A compendium of critical genomic numbers for viruses through the lenses of different viral classification systems.
Point of View: Telling it like it is
Following a year of public engagement activities associated with the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures, Alison Woollard explains why scientists need to communicate with the public.
Development: Computing away the magic?
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