Links 10/22/13

Links for you. Science:

Trouble at the lab: Scientists like to think of science as self-correcting. To an alarming degree, it is not (the article unfortunately downplays the role of inadequate funding)
Top 12 reasons you know you are a Big Data biologist
The $100M Club: Where the Major League Life Sciences Companies Are
Zombies vs. animals? The living dead wouldn’t stand a chance
Bacteria, Circumcision and HIV. Oh my!
40 Years of Federal Nutrition Research Fatally Flawed, Study Finds
Thousands of Caimans Thrive in Rio’s Urban Sprawl

Other:

The case against algebra II
Suffolk Downs outspending opponents by better than 30-1 on November casino question
Robert Shiller’s Own Cognitive Dissonance
7 government programs that work to help us lose weight, exercise more, and live healthier
People knew
Inspector General Says Ken Cuccinelli’s Office ‘Inappropriately’ Aided Energy Companies
Teacher-Evaluation Fears Playing Out in New York
No, this doesn’t mean you need to avoid your female colleagues like the plague
A piracy defense walks the plank at the Post
On the Prospect of Blackmail by the NSA (my thoughts here)

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1 Response to Links 10/22/13

  1. Noah Smith says:

    Inadequate funding, eh? The “moar munny 4 me” solution?

    I’d say the fault lies with the “publish or perish” system, not with inadequate funding.

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