How not to get into trouble with problematic research practices such as HARKing (Hypothesizing After the Results are Known) and p-hacking (misuse of data to obtain statistical significance)? Preregistering your research may help.
For postgraduates and early-career researchers, it may be challenging to find external research collaborators. However, it’s never too early to start building your research network with compatible collaborators.
When I first heard about the Initiative for Open Abstracts (I4OA), I was curious why we needed such collaboration when we could find abstracts from almost any publisher websites. This article will tell you why.
Open Science, or Open Scholarship, is more than making your papers and research data open access. This May, UNESCO adopted a draft of the Recommendation on Open Science. All researchers should get to know Open Science as it becomes a guidance of good research practices.
There are many things we can learn from peer review processes of others. Not only we learn how to give constructive feedback, it also helps us stay up to date with research developments and improve our critical thinking.
Research funders in Europe want to ensure that research output they sponsor are openly accessible. They implement Plan S and design the Rights Retention Strategy. What does that mean for researchers in Hong Kong?