Guest editorial: sharing and archiving data is fundamental to scientific progress
Sharing and archiving of data benefits investigators and the scientific community in a variety of ways. Among these are promoting open scientific investigations, presenting the study results to a range of opinion and analyses, replicating investigations, facilitating the development of alternative methodologies, teaching new researchers and making data available for meta analytical studies. Further, shared and archived data will facilitate funding decisions and help avoid duplicated investigations.
Publication Name: The Journals of Gerontology, Series B
Four steps to a simpler life
Suggestions for simplifying life include; a drastic reduction in possessions, time management using a few practical steps, less driving, and a lightening of the load of paper and junk mail handled. The address of a service that will remove a name from junk mail lists is included.
Publication Name: Country Journal
Subject: Home and garden
A portrait of Isaac Newton
Publication Name: SciQuest
Subject: Business, general
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