[OKFN-EN] Oxford Open Science 24 September: Rethinking Reproducibility
jenny.molloy at okfn.org
Wed Sep 3 13:39:50 UTC 2014
Details below, please forward to colleagues and departments as applicable
and I hope some of you can make it!
Wednesday 24 September
Oxford e-Research Centre, 7 Keble Road
Reproducibility is a central principle of scientific research and its
importance is now increasingly emphasised. Several fields such as cancer
drug discovery, social psychology and computational science are said be
undergoing a credibility crisis due to irreproducible results and
initiatives to address this are springing up from research communities,
funders and other stakeholders.
What does reproducibility mean to your research and how could researchers
in Oxford, both individually and as an institution, take steps to promote
greater reproducibility of findings? Come along for an evening of
discussion and explore this topic with the Oxford Open Science group. We
look forward to hearing your views!
Session organisers: Simon Benjamin and Victoria Watson
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