Monthly Archives: June 2014

Rigour mortis: How bad research is killing science

On 26th May 2014, Prof. Malcolm Macleod gave his inaugural lecture at the University of Edinburgh entitled “Rigour mortis: how bad research is killing science”. A link to the lecture has been posted on the Video page, and the lecture

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The Need for Randomisation in Animal Trials

Randomisation, allocation concealment and blind outcome assessment have been shown to reduce bias in human trials and have been used for over four decades to improve the quality of clinical trials. For animal studies, this has not been thoroughly investigated and

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