Links 1/26/13

Links for you. Science:

The Statistical Puzzle Over How Much Biomedical Research is Wrong: The claim that most biomedical research is wrong is being challenged by a new result suggesting that only 14 per cent is wrong
The importance of leaving academic science on good terms
The study that almost made me quit grad school
Spent Fuel Pool
In divergence from wolves, doggie diet made a difference


Are Charter Schools Better Able To Fire Low-Performing Teachers?
Obama to America: Work Harder
What I gleaned from the start of the semester faculty meetings.
Cheating for America
Data Grab? Experian now controls web access to Social Security Admin
In Winning Design, City Hopes to Address a Cramped Future
The Real Reason for the Decline of American Unions
Phil Mickelson Got Very Rich Playing Golf… So He Doesn’t Think He Should Have To Pay Taxes
Massachusetts doesn’t need a governor whose first concern is ‘the investor community’
Patrick Files $34.8 Billion Budget Proposal Wednesday: The plan focuses on investments in transportation and education while calling for an income tax increase coupled with a lower sales tax.
Bad Doctors
New Mexico Bill Would Criminalize Abortions After Rape As ‘Tampering With Evidence’

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  2. deinst says:

    Concerning the plausibility of the result that most biomedical research is correct see Andrew Gelman at . The authors of the original paper respond in the comments

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