Whilst I was making an attempt to read through a script to a camera in zero-g, the college student researchers driving me were making an attempt to verify their very own ideas — or instead, to disprove their “null hypothesis”. Let’s converse about how science performs — and have a search at a person of the teams flying in that airplane.
If you might be a masters or PhD college student from an ESA member point out, and zero-g sounds like your factor, have a search at the Fly Your Thesis software: — the 2017-18 submissions are closed, but that just gives you time to start out setting up for upcoming year…
Thanks to all the team from BrainFly! You can uncover out a lot more about them here:
Powering the scenes on the Park Bench:
Dickersin, K., Chan, S., Chalmersx, T., Sacks, H., & Smith, H. (1987). Publication bias and scientific trials. Controlled Medical Trials, 8(4), 343-353.
Easterbrook, P., Gopalan, R., Berlin, J., & Matthews, D. (1991). Publication bias in scientific exploration. The Lancet, 337(8746), 867-872.
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