More and more researchers pay processing costs for publishing in Open Access, but these costs disadvantage authors who are female, early in their career or, from low-income countries.
Science reformers suggest direct replications as a solution to the replication crisis, but they might not be able to deal with the conceptual and measurement issues that underlie the crisis.
Mistakes are quite common in music therapy, yet rarely discussed. The book Breaking Strings: Explorations of Mistakes in Music Therapy and this interview are an attempt to remedy that.
We should beware of using Ariely and others as scapegoats. Rather than dwelling on the moral failings of individual researchers, we might reframe fraud and misconduct as a systemic problem.
So if you ask, ‘who’s responsible?’ The truth is that everybody’s pointing but nobody is doing anything.
Psychological science is in a crisis, and has been for quite some time.
We talked with Léa Roumazeilles, PhD candidate in Neurobiology at Oxford University. We spoke with her about her thesis subject: ‘Structure and function of the social brain in primates’.
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On February 6, the Open Science Community Utrecht (OSCU) organized a symposium on Open Science at the Faculty of Science of Utrecht University.
Vorige week presenteerde minister Van Engelshoven haar langverwachte ‘Strategische Agenda voor het hoger onderwijs en onderzoek’.
When I first heard the term “open science” and realized what it meant, I thought, well, that sounds good, how hard can it be?
As fall hits, we now look back and reflect about the beginning of summer.
What does a congress on Posthumanism have in common with our journal? To be very honest, I had no idea at first.
On the 16th of June, project leader Martijn van der Meer gave a lecture at the Descartes Colloquium for the History and Philosophy of Sciences and Humanities at Utrecht University.
The how-to articles on setting up the infrastructure needed for a journal have been for us a rough sketch of a road that we have been traveling mostly, and proudly, off-road.
One of our first alliances was with the Open Science Community Utrecht (OSCU). Stefan was already a member, so it was relatively easy for him to come into contact with the founders of OSCU.
We must admit that we were a little nervous for our first UtrechtInc meeting, exactly one week ago.
A few months have passed since the Journal of Trial and Error’s first public appearance at the Descartes’ Christmas colloquium. Since then, we’ve had several exciting developments...
It truly was the most wonderful time of the year: the last Descartes Centre Colloquium of 2018. The Descartes Centre, of course, is a place of legend, it is right up there with El Dorado.
Underlying our interest in establishing a humanistic science journal, was a need of constructing, not deconstructing, and by doing so, positively contributing to the intellectual scene...
An Open Science talk by Dr. Katja Mayer, who investigates practices of Open Science in computational Open Science and big data...
After a course in philosophy of science and a historiographical course on the history of the natural sciences, we had gotten a taste of what the rest of the program could be...