3 reasons open access wasn’t disruptive | Curt Rice

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" [...] the shift to open access could have been truly disruptive if it also had led to radical changes in our quality control system. That hasn’t happened in any profound way. There is still a crisis of reproducibility. Retraction rates continue to rise. Partially for these reasons, it remains acceptable for public figures to express disregard for research results."



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05/01/2017, 14:30

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05/01/2017, 10:30