Slide deck: How publishing replication studies and negative results helps science

How publishing replication studies and negative results helps science

Science is ever evolving, and replication studies and negative findings play a major role in helping science grow. But journals are not always open to publishing these. What role do replication studies play in scientific discovery? And how does publishing negative results help further the cause of science? View this presentation to learn more.

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