Editor's Note

While it’s not quite the end of the calendar year, I thought now would be a good moment for reflection on some of the biggest research news to hit our desks in...
8:47am
11.15.2017
Did you know that 52 percent of all non-medical use for opioids starts in someone’s medicine cabinet?
11:25am
10.30.2017
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Opioid addiction research may actually be the prime example of a research topic that spans the clinical and analytical lab spheres. Not only does it impact...
9:48am
10.16.2017
I’m writing this Editor’s Note a little over a week after the total solar eclipse of Aug. 21, 2017. Upon reflection, it was amazing. But what I found truly...
2:04pm
8.29.2017
I love when things come full circle. It’s always nice to tie a bow on something. In this case, I experienced a “full circle moment” while writing two articles...
8:39am
8.10.2017
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According to a new study, in psychological and brain sciences at least, irreproducibility has more to do with the complexity of managing data, rather than...
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8:39am
6.7.2017
Environmental and climate scientists have excelled in their chosen field, producing models, data and facts. With each repeal of Obama-era climate policy, Trump...
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8:00am
6.5.2017
Conceived in 2013, the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) model of education is grounded in the most current research on science and science learning,...
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12:07pm
5.15.2017
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