New Cambridge University Press Journal Seeks Non-Novel Research

[Excerpts taken from the article “New Journal Focused on Reproducibility” by Colleen Flaherty, published at insidehighered.com]
“Cambridge University Press is launching a new open-access journal to help address science’s reproducibility issues and glacial peer-review timelines. Experimental Results, announced today, gives researchers a “place to publish valid, standalone experimental results, regardless of whether those results are novel, inconclusive, negative or supplementary to other published work,” according to the press. It will also publish work about attempts to reproduce previously published experiments.”
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