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Transparent and accurate reporting increases reliability, utility, and impact of your research

(biomedcentral.com): Although current electronic methods of scientific publishing offer increased opportunities for publishing all research studies and describing them in sufficient detail, health research literature still suffers from many shortcomings. These shortcomings seriously undermine the value and utility of the literature and waste scarce resources invested in the research. In recent years there have been several positive steps aimed at improving this situation, such as a strengthening of journals' policies on research publication and the wide requirement to register clinical trials.
   
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The Potential and Promise of "Live" E-books

(publishingperspectives.com): Enhanced e-books with web and video links embedded in the text is just the beginning. One of the things we can do is to enable the creation of unique new data sets using the Internet as a source. Real time analysis and use of this new data will allow publishers to create what could amount to 'live' e-books, dynamic books that are able to be added-to, updated or amended as the information itself changes.
   
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Scitable Provides Online Collaborative Space for Science

(cmswire.com): Scitable is an open online teaching/learning portal, which combines educational articles authored by editors at Nature Publishing Group with technology-based community features, all aimed at helping teachers, librarians and students. As more universities and high schools experiment with paperless textbooks and e-learning initiatives, Scitable provides a comprehensive network of interactive science-related tools that engage students.
   
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Climatologist sues, wants paper to erase all traces of libel

(arstechnica.com): It's probably an unfortunate measure of the quality of modern journalism that few of us would be surprised to hear that an editorial on a politically controversial topic contained significant factual inaccuracies. But climate change seems to have reached the point where even some apparent facts have become points of contention, and at least some reporters have become comfortable with simply making things up and ascribing their imaginings to credible scientific sources. Apparently fed up with similar practices in editorials produced by Canada's National Post, a climatologist has now sued the publisher for libel and defamation.
   
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Leading journalist to address the impact of science controversies

(cambridgenetwork.co.uk): The editor-in-chief of the influential science publication 'Nature' will give a talk at Cambridge about how scientists should react when their research comes under attack in public debates. The recent climate change controversy has thrown the scientific research process under the microscope. Scientists' response to it and other controversial issues, including the MMR vaccine and cognitive enhancing drugs, will be discussed by Dr Philip Campbell in a Gates Distinguished Lecture entitled 'Science - Facts and Frictions'.
   
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