Data Sharing, Challenger Expedition, Research Software, Adornment, Prostate Cancer
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Ten (not so) simple rules for clinical trial data-sharing
Pellen C, Le Louarn A, Spurrier-Bernard G, Decullier E, Chrétien J-M, Rosenthal E, et al. | PLOS Computational Biology | March 9, 2023
The authors propose 10 (not so) simple rules for researchers wishing to share data, aligned on the clinical trial lifecycle.
The Challenger Expedition - 1872
Ian Mulvany | Ian Mulvany Blog | March 8, 2023
Report of a BBC Radio episode about the 1872 four-year-long Challenger expedition to investigate the oceans of the earth.
Defining the roles of research software
Rob van Nieuwpoort and Dan S. Katz | Upstream | March 14, 2023
Workshop report that tries to define the various roles of research software.
This 2,300-Year-Old Mummy Has a Heart (and Tongue) of Gold
Sam Walters | Discover Magazine | January 24, 2023
To acquire additional insight into the practice of adornment in ancient Egypt, three researchers recently "digitally unwrapped" the mummified body of a wealthy teenage boy from 2,300 years ago.
Prostate cancer treatments can be avoided or delayed in many cases, huge study finds
Nicoletta Lanese | Live Science | March 13, 2023
Fifteen-year outcomes after monitoring, surgery, or radiotherapy for localized prostate cancer. Prostate cancer–specific mortality was low regardless of the treatment assigned.