meta-analyses
Climate Change Could Shift Timing of Species’ Interactions
Climate Change Could Shift Timing of Species’ Interactions
Ashley Yeager | Apr 16, 2018
The alterations have been greater under rapidly-climbing global temperatures, suggesting key ecological relationships could be disrupted in the future.
New Genetic Stroke-Risk Factors Identified
New Genetic Stroke-Risk Factors Identified
Catherine Offord | Mar 13, 2018
Analysis of DNA samples from more than 520,000 people brings the number of known stroke-risk loci to 32. 
Smarty Genes
Smarty Genes
Ashley P. Taylor | May 23, 2017
Scientists have identified 40 new genes linked to human intelligence.
One-Third of Cactus Species Threatened
One-Third of Cactus Species Threatened
Karen Zusi | Oct 6, 2015
A global assessment of declining cacti populations places responsibility on increasing human activities.
Opinion: Latent Value in the Literature
Opinion: Latent Value in the Literature
Ramon Felciano | Apr 28, 2014
With scientific budgets eroding, the biomedical community needs to get more return from the data it has already generated.
Exaggeration Nation
Exaggeration Nation
Kerry Grens | Aug 27, 2013
A new study finds behavioral researchers in the U.S. are prone to reporting extreme results.
Lost in Translation
Lost in Translation
Ruth Williams | Jul 16, 2013
Failure to translate preclinical research to humans may be due in part to biased reporting.
Data Diving
Kerry Grens | May 1, 2012
What lies untapped beneath the surface of published clinical trial analyses could rock the world of independent review.