Funders and regulators are more important than journals in fixing the waste in research

It is important that the incentives to reduce waste in research is present as early as possible in the research process. Thus funders and regulators – like ethics committees – is having a unique position to support the researchers in preparing only valuable and valid research projects.

Read the article from Paul Glasziou and Iain Chalmers in The BMJ Opinion here.

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