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The JAMA saga continues

Two weeks ago, we posted a blog about a case involving a researcher who failed to report ties to the maker of a drug he favorably reviewed in JAMA The Journal of the American Medical Association .

April 15, 2009 — Coco Ballantyne

Is High Ability Necessary for Greatness?

As soon as I saw the headline “Research sheds light on origins of greatness” , my interest was piqued. The article is referring to a new paper in Current Directions in Psychological Science , so I immediately downloaded that paper and left the press release open to the side.

October 14, 2011 — Scott Barry Kaufman

Open Laboratory 2011 - the complete list of all submitted entries

The submission period for The Open Laboratory 2011 has now ended. We have 717 721 entries this year and they all look great (all listed below)! This list alone, even though only 52 of them will make it into the book, is quite a snapshot of the year in science blogging and quite a resource - share it with your friends to show them the quality and beauty of science on the Web.Jennifer and I will now start the process of organizing the judges, ushering them through the judging process, editing the winning posts and more.

October 3, 2011 — Bora Zivkovic

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