National geographic superhumanos esteroides

Sometimes scientists fall short of the ideals of the scientific method. Especially in biomedical research, there’s a disturbing trend toward results that can’t be reproduced outside the lab that found them, a trend that has prompted a push for greater transparency about how experiments are conducted. Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, worries about the “secret sauce”—specialized procedures, customized software, quirky ingredients—that researchers don’t share with their colleagues. But he still has faith in the larger enterprise.

National geographic superhumanos esteroides

national geographic superhumanos esteroides

Media:

national geographic superhumanos esteroidesnational geographic superhumanos esteroidesnational geographic superhumanos esteroidesnational geographic superhumanos esteroidesnational geographic superhumanos esteroides