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Scientists for Open Science
14th September 2021
Open Science is trusted science.
Practicing inclusion and transparency in research communication and the peer review process demonstrates credibility, reduces bias, and builds trust—both in individual studies and scientific research more generally.
From the very beginning of the investigatory process, Open Science helps create an environment where high-quality research can flourish, the impact of bias is limited, and everyone has the opportunity to verify and validate the work.
Tuesday 14th September
Open science is trusted science
A conversation covering how Open Science practices increase trust in science, and how we can best ensure such practices are seen as core values, habits, and norms rather than obstacles or administrative burdens.
Veronique Kiermer, Chief Scientific Officer, PLOS
Yung En Chee, Senior Research Fellow, School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences, University of Melbourne
Simine Vazire Professor, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne
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