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PLOS ONE 10 Year Anniversary: A Decade of Missing Pieces
Since launching in 2006, PLOS ONE has been committed to publishing rigorous research irrespective of its outcome. In this collection and accompanying EveryONE blog, Senior Editor Alejandra Clark, highlights and discusses the value of null and negative results, replication studies and studies refuting previously published work.
July 9, 2010Federico C. F. Calboli, Federica Tozzi, Nicholas W. Galwey, Athos Antoniades, Vincent Mooser, Martin Preisig, Peter Vollenweider, Dawn Waterworth, Gerard Waeber, Michael R. Johnson, Pierandrea Muglia, David J. Balding
September 4, 2008Mady Hornig, Thomas Briese, Timothy Buie, Margaret L. Bauman, Gregory Lauwers, Ulrike Siemetzki, Kimberly Hummel, Paul A. Rota, William J. Bellini, John J. O'Leary, Orla Sheils, Errol Alden, Larry Pickering, W. Ian Lipkin
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