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Thursday, November 8, 2007

Litigation-Driven Science, Nth Part

Environmental Health & Perspectives has posted the current drafts of a number of articles addressing litigation-driven scholarship.  If you find the pieces interesting, feel free to get in touch for a reprint of my Nebraska piece covering many of the same issues from a bit more of a litigation perspective.  I end up in roughly the same place as most of the writers there seem to -- that is, there's nothing specifically about litigation-driven work that should scare us any more than other science with potential biases.


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