Cole Eye Institute, a leading university in the United States, says it has found a new bias in research evaluation.
The institute, which is based at Harvard University, has found that a research sample of researchers in several disciplines is biased towards selecting researchers who are white.
The bias is especially pronounced in the field of neuroscience.
Dr Peter Venn, who runs the institute’s Research and Development Program, told News24 that he was unaware of the bias.
He said that research studies should be designed so that the researcher can have a chance to test their hypothesis.
“If the hypothesis is supported by the data, it should be published,” he said.
He told News 24 that this bias is also seen in the work of other universities, which have also been criticised for failing to publish more black and minority candidates.
Dr Venn said that bias was especially pronounced when the researchers were considering their own work, which could have been biased.
“I would say that our work is biased by race.
It is very important that we make sure that we have the data and the methods in place to make that determination,” he explained.
“There’s probably a higher proportion of white participants in these studies than we think.” “
The institute said it would continue to look into the issue, but said that in the meantime it had not found any evidence that there was any bias in the selection of black or Latino candidates. “
There’s probably a higher proportion of white participants in these studies than we think.”
The institute said it would continue to look into the issue, but said that in the meantime it had not found any evidence that there was any bias in the selection of black or Latino candidates.
It said it hoped to publish its findings in a future issue of the journal Nature.
A spokesman for the institute told News18 that it had asked a number of the leading academic journals for comment and would publish its report on Monday.
The research group has also called on researchers to ensure that all the data collected about their work is made publicly available.
“The co-authors of these studies are also members of the Cole eye Institute,” the spokesman said.