More Reproducible

The latest studies from the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology have had greater success in repeating two studies, ScienceInsider reports.

Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology was started in 2014 by the journal eLife, Center for Open Science, and Science Exchange to replicate the findings of some high-profile preclinical cancer studies.

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