In this Guest Blog, Guest Editors from the Open Biomaterials Research Collection discuss the range of research topics featured in the collection, their contributions to open science and promotion of reproducibility via shared protocols in biomaterials research.
Category Archives: negative results
Negative Results: A Crucial Piece of the Scientific Puzzle
Scientific advance relies on transparency, rigour and reproducibility. At PLOS ONE we have always supported the publication of rigorous research, in all its forms, positive or negative, as showcased in our earlier Missing Pieces Collection.
PLOS ONE partners with the Children’s Tumor Foundation to trial Registered Reports
Today, the Children’s Tumor Foundation and PLOS ONE are pleased to announce a partnership to trial the integration of Registered Reports in the grant application and publication process: The Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF) and
Promoting reproducibility by emphasizing reporting: PLOS ONE’s approach
0000-0002-4592-9214As we celebrate PLOS ONE’s ten year anniversary, we continue our commitment to uphold rigorous standards for publications across all scientific disciplines. This is not a small goal. Several years ago, the staff editors at