Publishers join with STM to develop new standardised tools to tackle paper mills.
DECIDE-AI: will it make the development of artificial intelligence-based clinical decision support systems more robust?
New guidelines aim to improve early clinical testing of AI-based systems.
Spotting fake images in scientific research: insights from science integrity consultant Elisabeth Bik
Elisabeth Bik discusses the importance of science integrity and the issue of manipulated images within scientific publications.
A recent analysis of randomised controlled vaccine trials suggests there are still improvements to be made.
An analysis of early COVID-19 preprints identified low uptake of data sharing statements and making data accessible.
A recent study revealed that many researchers fail to comply with their data sharing statement.
Read about the new 28-item checklist developed to aid decision-making in health economic evaluations.
Read about EQUATOR Network’s updated GoodReports website, new downloadable and editable article templates and a call for researchers to help test whether the templates improve research reporting.
Read about the upcoming NIH requirement to include a data management and sharing plan in all grant applications for projects collecting scientific data.
We’ve heard of open data, but should we also consider open methods as standard?
The PRISMA-S checklist aims to ensure transparent reporting and maximum reproducibility of literature searches performed as part of systematic reviews.
Find out how COVID-19 has benefited data sharing and what your organisation can do to advance open science from the State of Open Data 2020 report.
Combatting research integrity breaches: insights from Suzanne Farley, Director of the Springer Nature Research Integrity Group
Read Suzanne Farley’s perspectives on the steps one publisher is taking to address the growing problem of research misconduct.
Read Ivan Oransky’s take on the retraction landscape and his perspectives on how to tackle research integrity issues in the future.
Data sharing is crucial for reproducibility. Iain Hrynaszkiewicz shares his thoughts on how publishers can promote its uptake.
Overcoming barriers to reporting negative data: perspectives from the Center for Biomedical Research Transparency’s founder
Sandra Petty discusses the Null Hypothesis Initiative and looks to the future of reporting negative data.