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BioCentury 12.14.14 - [1] Do You See What I See?
BioCentury 12.14.14 - [1] Do You See What I See?
The ability to independently reproduce experimental results is essential to academic research. All to often studies can't be reproduced. Guests: Dr. Ivan Oransky, Dr. Andrew Marshall and Dr. Elizabeth Iorns.
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BioCentury 12.14.14 - [2] Publish Pressures
BioCentury 12.14.14 - [2] Publish Pressures
Dr. Ivan Oransky on the pressure to publish: "There are definitely bad actors involved in some open-access publishing-- what's referred to sometimes as predatory publishing. There's so much pressure on researchers/scientists to publish."
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BioCentury 12.14.14 - [3] Better Results
BioCentury 12.14.14 - [3] Better Results
Dr. Andrew Marshall on ways to try to enhance reproducibility: "We're thinking about how can we find better ways of making data available, making methodology associated with those papers more accessible to the research community."
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BioCentury 12.14.14 - [4] An Initiative
BioCentury 12.14.14 - [4] An Initiative
Dr. Elizabeth Iorns: "We also actually try and encourage people to think more broadly. We're not saying that the replication is right or the original result is right, but more generally, what happens when you try and reproduce a result."
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