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Code Breakers

Mozilla Science Lab, a branch of the Internet nonprofit Mozilla, is running an experiment to see if review processes could up the quality of researcher-developed software, Erika Check Hayden reports this week at Nature News.

While many researchers develop and use software in their work, most have not received "formal training in coding best practice," Check Hayden writes.

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