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Susanna M Bächle Jun 22
poll by Blugene is voting for increased material/reagent sharing :) deposit your plasmids for increased reagent sharing
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ORION Open Science Jun 20
We've awarded 10 grants to master and doctoral students in for their projects. Find out more about the innovative projects.
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The Royal Society Jun 21
Ants learn fast and do not forget
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Dr Art Stukas, Social Psychologist 2h
A team I'm on has just got the "go ahead" for a special issue focused on "Preregistered Studies Using Existing Data". Our first venture onto this terrain. Now to get some decisions made and date-stamped...
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dr mat marques 2h
very excited as I just embargo'd my first pre-registration (for replication) for a followup we're about to run.
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Open Science MOOC 12h
Module 1 of the Open Science MOOC: Open Principles Starring: , , , , , and Cooper Smout from !
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Terra Jun 25
Terra Contest -- You be the judge! Over the past month we ran a contest in which four teams created workspaces showcasing reproducible analyses:
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Qeios 17h
“A journal bragging about its is like a person bragging about their social media follower count.” –
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INArxiv preprint IDⓐ 2h
What can we learn about preprint, published version, copyright transfer agreement, and self-archiving from a breadmaker. CC-0
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Thomas R Etherington Jun 23
Today I declined to review a paper that used complex data and analysis, but did not provide code or data. I would rather volunteer my time to review papers from authors practicing but I'm feeling bad for denying to review😕 - is this a good way to encourage change?🤔
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Peter Kraker Jun 21
Amazing: started , the Indonesian preprint archive, only in 2017. They had 1000 preprints in the first year, and now there are over 8000. Kudos to Dasapta and the Indonesian community!
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Andrea Hacker Jun 21
Fascinating to hear from the fantastic about in Indonesia. One issue (again): English; another: software
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EU-Citizen.Science Jun 20
The role of is crucial in anticipating & addressing society's needs & concerns on current challenges. They also have a key role in preparing to find solutions to solve them notably through & .
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Mitacs 6h
In case you missed it! Mitacs Policy Hackathon 2019 and create a space for policy experts and academics to tackle the barriers to public access to scientific research
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aled edwards Jun 21
In 2017, Canadian universities spent $5B on R&D, and netted ~$15M in income from IP. And to make this pittance, thousands of person-years were wasted while MTAs & contracts were negotiated. Why are we fixated on IP? Free the knowledge.
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Alexander Wuttke 4h
is out! And now has various useful features: ▶️ Dynamic Documents for Reproducible Research ▶️ Meta-analyses ▶️ Python Integration
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FASTGenomics Jun 18
FASTGenomics is now listed on : . LabWorm guides scientists to the best available online tools and fosters . Sounds great! /mp
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Terra Jun 25
Replying to @TerraBioApp
This week we opened judging to the community. We need everyone who cares about to help us judge the four entries, so we can send the author of the most worthy to Basel!
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Tessa Flack Jun 18
Psychology Twitter: Does anyone know of a good resource that explains Open Science and where to start? Something that explains the basics e.g. what is a registered report and why is it a good thing? Thank you!
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Hilal Lashuel-هلال الأشول 15h
The Parkinson's Initiative. We are looking for scientists and research laboratories that would be willing to participate in open notebook projects focused on validation of tools and models and replication studies. For more information, DM me.
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