Industry Partners Extensively Involved in Trials They Fund
Industry Partners Extensively Involved in Trials They Fund
A new study suggests that sponsors downplay their influence when reporting trials carried out in collaboration with academic researchers.
Industry Partners Extensively Involved in Trials They Fund
Industry Partners Extensively Involved in Trials They Fund

A new study suggests that sponsors downplay their influence when reporting trials carried out in collaboration with academic researchers.

A new study suggests that sponsors downplay their influence when reporting trials carried out in collaboration with academic researchers.

data analysis
Scientists Play Favorites with Studying Human Genes. Here’s Why.
Scientists Play Favorites with Studying Human Genes. Here’s Why.
Sukanya Charuchandra | Sep 19, 2018
Despite the Human Genome Project having heralded the exploration of previously unknown human genes, the focus of genetic studies remains narrow.
Opinion: Deductive Science Is Needed for Public Health
Opinion: Deductive Science Is Needed for Public Health
Giuseppe Carruba | Jun 27, 2018
Big data and empirical approaches to understanding diseases provide a limited picture of pathogenesis.
Infographic: Partitioning the Genome
Infographic: Partitioning the Genome
Catherine Offord | Nov 30, 2016
To make sense of the genetic variation within species, researchers are turning to the concept of the pangenome.
Learning Bioinformatics
Learning Bioinformatics
Esther Landhuis | Jul 1, 2016
In today’s data-heavy research environment, wet-lab scientists can benefit from new computational skills.
Scaling to Singles
Scaling to Singles
Kelly Rae Chi | May 1, 2016
Tips for tracing transcription in individual cells
How to Use P-Values Correctly
How to Use P-Values Correctly
Kerry Grens | Mar 9, 2016
The American Statistical Association offers guidance on best practices for the oft-misused tool.
Free Flow
Free Flow
Jeffrey M. Perkel | Dec 1, 2015
A sampling of free software for flow cytometry data analysis
Data “Overflow” Compromising Science?
Data “Overflow” Compromising Science?
Bob Grant | Sep 25, 2015
According to a new study, the deluge of scientific literature is leaving researchers unsure of which information to trust.
Get With the Program
Get With the Program
Jeffrey M. Perkel | Aug 1, 2015
DIY tips for adding coding to your analysis arsenal