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Rigor and Transparency Index, a new metric of quality for assessing biological and medical science methods. 47 15 4

Peer review and preprint policies are unclear at most major journals 47 7

Working groups, gender and publication impact of Canada's ecology and evolution faculty 47 7 5

The extent and drivers of gender imbalance in neuroscience reference lists 47 5

Scientometric correlates of high-quality reference lists in ecological papers 47 15 5

BIP4COVID19: Releasing impact measures for articles relevant to COVID-19 47 4 1

Pandemic Publishing: Medical journals drastically speed up their publication process for Covid-19 47 7

ODDPub - a Text-Mining Algorithm to Detect Data Sharing in Biomedical Publications 47 7 4

Knowledge syntheses in medical education: A bibliometric analysis 47 7 5

Gender (im)balance in citation practices in cognitive neuroscience 47 15

COVID-19 research in Wikipedia 47

Patterns of discursive interactions between students and teachers in the biology learning process in High school: the use of social media 47 7 4

A systematic examination of preprint platforms for use in the medical and biomedical sciences setting 47 15 4

Comparing quality of reporting between preprints and peer-reviewed articles in the biomedical literature 47 15

Only two out of five articles by New Zealand researchers are free-to-access: a multiple API study of access, its impact on open citation advantage, cost of Article Processing Charges (APC), and the potential to increase the proportion of open access 47 15 4

Covid-19 pandemic and the unprecedented mobilisation of scholarly efforts prompted by a health crisis: Scientometric comparisons across SARS, MERS and 2019-nCov literature 47 1

The representation of women as authors of submissions to ecology journals during the COVID-19 pandemic 47 7 5

A Study of Secondary School Students Participation in a Novel Course on Genomic Principles and Practices. 47 15

High School Science Fair: Positive And Negative Outcomes 47 15

Open Access and Altmetrics in the pandemic age: Forescast analysis on COVID-19 related literature 47 7

Does retraction after misconduct have an impact on citations? A pre-post study. 47 15

Selective attention in hypothesis-driven data analysis 47 4

Gender, race and parenthood impact academic productivity during the COVID-19 pandemic: from survey to action. 47 15

The Influence of bioRĪ‡iv on PLOS ONE's Peer-Review and Acceptance Time 47 15

Measuring effects of trainee professional development on research productivity: A cross-institutional meta-analysis 47 15

From Face-to-Face to Online Modality: Implications for Undergraduate Learning While the World is Temporarily Closed in the Age of COVID-19 47 15

Developing and Deploying a Scalable Computing Platform to Support MOOC Education in Clinical Data Science 47 4

Assessment of research ethics education offerings of pharmacy master programs: a qualitative content analysis 47 15 4

20 years of African Neuroscience: Waking a sleeping giant 47 7 4

Introducing undergraduate students to reverse genetics in the laboratory: a case study of a project-oriented learning (POL) system in Taishan Medical University, China 47

A scientometric overview of CORD-19 47 1

Open Science Saves Lives: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic 47 4

Sociality enhances survival in science, especially for female researchers 47 5

The data-index: an author-level metric that values impactful data and incentivises data sharing 47 4

Assessing the impact of introductory programming workshops on the computational reproducibility of biomedical workflows 47 15 4

Access to Scientific Literature by the Conservation Community 47 15 5

Decision Support Systems based on Scientific Evidence: Bibliometric Networks of Invasive Lantana camara. 47 4

Trends in scientific research on Environmental Education: A scientometric review 47 17

On Biases of Attention in Scientific Discovery 47 7

From bioinformatics user to bioinformatics engineer: a report 47 4

Development of a knowledge translation platform for ataxia: Impact on readers and volunteer contributors 47 4

The Costs and Benefits of a Modified Biomedical Science Workforce 47 15

An integrated, modular approach to data science education in the life sciences 47 4

Understanding science communication in human genetics using text mining 47 19 4

Disadvantages of writing, reading, publishing and presenting scientific papers caused by the dominance of the English language in science: The case of Colombian Ph.D. in biological sciences 47 15 5

Psychiatric Genomics Research During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Survey of Psychiatric Genomics Consortium Researchers 47 15

Transparency and open science reporting guidelines in sleep research and chronobiology journals 47 15

Advancing science or advancing careers? Researchers' opinions on success indicators 47 5

Inflated citations and metrics of journals discontinued from Scopus for publication concerns: the GhoS(t)copus Project 47 15

The impact of preprint servers in the formation of novel ideas 47 15

A systematic review of scientific research focused on farmers in agricultural adaptation to climate change (2008-2017) 47 17 5

QUALIS: The journal ranking system undermining the impact of Brazilian science 47 15 5

Using Metacognitive Strategies to Improve Academic Performance in Biochemistry 47 15

Sorry, we're open: Golden Open Access and inequality in the natural sciences 47 15

A study's got to know its limitations 47 7 4

Dynamics of the COVID -19 Related Publications 47 15

Examining gender imbalance in chemistry authorship 47 15 4

Using computational modeling to teach metabolism as a dynamic system improves student performance 47 38

Preprinting the COVID-19 pandemic 47 37 1

Survey of Core Facilities shows the importance of communication and management for optimal research quality 47

Evaluating institutional open access performance: Sensitivity analysis 47 4

The Ph.D. Panic: Examining the relationships among teaching anxiety, teaching self-efficacy, and coping in Biology graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) 47 15 5

Rethinking success, integrity, and culture in research (part 1) -- A multi-actor qualitative study on success in science 47 15

Machine Learning Maps Research Needs in COVID-19 Literature 47 1

Methods for Running a Successful Women-in-STEM Organization on an Academic Campus 47 15

Environmental influences and individual characteristics that affect learner-centered teaching practices 47 15 5

The aggregate effect of implementation strength of family planning programs on modern contraceptive use at the health systems level in rural Malawi 47 15 5

Evaluating institutional open access performance: Methodology, challenges and assessment 47

Scoping reviews in medical education: A scoping review 47 15

Knowledge, attitude and practice of secondary school students toward COVID-19 epidemic in Italy: a cross selectional study 47 37 1

Insight into the workforce advancing fields of science and technology 47 7

Evidence for prereg posters as a platform for preregistration 47 7

Assessment of whether published non-Cochrane systematic reviews of nursing follow the review protocols registered in the International Prospective Register of Systematic Reviews (PROSPERO): A comparative study 47 15 5

International authorship and collaboration across bioRxiv preprints 47

Information and communication technology, mobile devices, and medical education 47 15

Knowledge and attitude regarding stem cell research and its application among medical students in Pakistan 47 15

Navigating the Valley of Death: Perceptions of Industry and Academia on Production Platforms and Opportunities 47 15

Rethinking success, integrity, and culture in research (Part 2) -- A multi-actor qualitative study on problems of science 47 15 5

Intuitive, reproducible high-throughput molecular dynamics in Galaxy: a tutorial 7 4

Developing bio-technical reliability among future researchers and industrial work-force in developing countries: a success story 47 4

Task specialization and its effects on research careers 47 15

A Systems Change Framework for Evaluating Academic Equity and Inclusion in an Ecology & Evolution Graduate Program 47

High school Internship Program in Integrated Mathematical Oncology (HIP IMO) - five-year experience at Moffitt Cancer Center 47

A comparative analysis reveals irreproducibility in searches of scientific literature 47

A Structured Professional Development Curriculum for Postdoctoral Fellows Leads to Recognized Knowledge Growth 47 4

Evaluating features of scientific conferences: A call for improvements 47

An analysis of genetic diversity actions, indicators and targets in 114 National Reports to the Convention on Biological Diversity 47 17 5

The case for formal methodology in scientific reform 7 4

Supporting Computational Apprenticeship through educational and software infrastructure. A case study in a mathematical oncology research lab 47 4

Experiences of cervical cancer survivors in Chitwan, Nepal: a qualitative study 47 15

Residual-matching: An efficient alternative to random sampling in human subjects research recruitment 7 4

Current practices in scientific poster preparation: survey results 47

Measuring the quality of scientific references in Wikipedia: an analysis of more than 115M citations to over 800,000 scientific articles 47 4

The knowledge and practice towards COVID-19 pandemic prevention among residents of Ethiopia. An online cross-sectional study. 47 15

The untapped potential of conservation journals to promote freshwater biodiversity 47 17 5

Detecting potential reference list manipulation within a citation network 47 15

Spinach growers value host resistance and synthetic fungicides in the fight against downy mildew 47 15

Network analysis of workshop activities reveals increasing transdisciplinarity of German biodiversity research community 47

Racial and ethnic imbalance in neuroscience reference lists and intersections with gender 47 5

A Mental Health Paradox: Mental health was both a motivator and barrier to physical activity during the COVID-19 pandemic 47 15