Australia's behavioral economics unit publishes rather than hides the results of its unsuccessful experiments.
Recent reports of dramatic declines in insect populations have sparked concern about an 'insect apocalypse.' But a new analysis of data from sites across North America suggests the case isn't proven.
A new statistical test lets researchers search for similarities between groups. Could this help keep new important findings out of the file drawer?
Some claim that scientists avoid publishing results that go against the consensus on man-made climate change. But this is simply untrue.
We asked three experts for their takes.
Food, drug and other companies often sponsor research in the hope it might produce results favourable to their products. How can we ensure such research remains independent?
Editors of ten authoritative workplace journals amend their publishing criteria to address publication bias.