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Ching-Lung Hsu Sep 12
Things that a traditional publication can’t do. Make it a better world. ⁦
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Qing-Lan Liu Sep 13
After posting a recruitment for back-translators, we made our project more open, and a third team who also translated FAD+ in China contacted us and joined this teamwork! "An open exchange of ideas accelerates scientific progress!"
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Peter Kraker Sep 11
Researchers have very positive attitudes towards , but currently, they do not value it. Reason: the publish or perish culture, leading to anti-norms of science
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Stefan Pauliuk Sep 11
I started compiling some very useful hacks for modelling. Some of them have saved me weeks of work already. Please contribute your own delicacies!
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Anton Akhmerov 23h
Hi there! Are you running a research funding agency and not yet supporting open source ? Check out — here's our advice on what you could do (don't worry, it's cheap and easy).
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Tony Ross-Hellauer Sep 10
The Open & Reproducible Research Group continues to grow!
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ReproducibleResearch Sep 12
🚨 Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to shape the agenda at one of the world’s largest research institutions? 🚨 We are hiring a coordinator (full- or part-time, 2+ years)! 🗓️ Applications due September 30. Details 👉
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Mark Adkins Sep 13
Heading to the Oxford | Berlin Summer School on Open Research, and I couldn't ask for a better travel companion (my amazing wife).
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Second Language Research Forum 2019 Sep 13
comes to SLRF! Drs. Luke Plonsky and Kara Morgan-Short will be sharing information about open science initiatives in SLA on and off during this year's conference. You will find the open science table next to registration on Friday 9/20 and Saturday 9/21.
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Jamil Zaki 8h
Psych / folks: is there a google scholar-style repository of replication information? i.e., where one could look up well-known findings and see the number / ratio of successful / failed direct replications? Sorry if this is obvious, and thanks for any pointers!
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Ulrike Boehm 🔬👩🏻‍💻 Sep 12
Today I hosted a very insightsful breakout session about in microscopy & imaging at with contributions by & - Thank you all for your presentations!
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Pam Davis-Kean, PhD 11h
The academic job hunt is on for post docs and grad students in my lab. I want to help them find positions where scientific rigor and open science practices are promoted. If you know of places or have openings at your institutions-please let me know.
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Open Science Community Pakistan Sep 8
Hello! We are new in this field please help us to grow. We are advocating open science in Pakistan.
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Sam Webb 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 13
I want to do a methods-y DPhil/PhD and investigate the reliability and validity of widely used measure of executive dysfunction in a very open-science way, what sort of funding opportunities are open for this?
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Andreⓐs Ferus 🌈 🦄 🐶 Sep 11
To sum up my first day at the Austrian Library Conference (Österreichischer Bibliothekar[*innen]tag) in Graz in only three hashtags: please & !!!
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Jakob Sep 13
Replication crisis mostly discussed in life sciences but how about computer science? Apart from replication crisis in machine learning: All software published about should be runnable with one-click (e.g. in a VM) from the corresponding paper!
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Peter Kraker Sep 12
Awesome: Portfolio, the new repository for the arts, follows a user-centered design approach
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Luc Henry Sep 12
"The discourse should shift priority from mere access to careful curation" - Re-reading this piece I wrote with 2 years ago, I am still eager to receive feed-back from my !
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Eva Méndez Sep 9
A very good explanation of my “motivators of will” for money, law, ranking and seduction!!!
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Nikola Stikov 2h
On to Bucharest, Romania, for the summer school on medical imaging Will be speaking about our approach to , thank you for the invitation
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