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  • Post ImageNovember 14, 2017Librarians Getting Up-to-Date on ReproducibilityIt’s estimated that only around 20% of published research can be reproduced by other research labs. Does that mean 80% of research is wrong? No, thankfully. What it means is that scientists are spending more of their time and resources trying to replicate research, which translates to as much as $28 billion each year in experimental trial-and-error findings. Librarians have the skills and are positioned within their institutions to help guide their researchers. A growing number of academic and medical librarians are already stepping forward to provide assistance in reproducibility; here's the first of five tips to help newcomers interested in taking up the fight. Read More
  • Post ImageNovember 14, 2017Librarians to Partner with Scientists to Fight the Reproducibility CrisisRead More
  • Post ImageNovember 14, 2017Libraries’ Acquisition Decisions Should Take Into Account ReproducibilityRead More
  • Post ImageNovember 14, 2017Librarians Have the Skills to Advocate for ReproducibilityRead More
  • Post ImageNovember 14, 2017Librarians Need Institutional Buy-In to Promote ReproducibilityRead More
  • Post ImageNovember 7, 2017Organoids: A solution to modeling human development and diseaseRead More
  • Post ImageNovember 7, 20175 Tips to Engage and Educate Your Science StudentsRead More
  • Post ImageNovember 6, 2017Watch-learn-cure-repeat: videos for today’s patient-care practitionersRead More
  • Post ImageNovember 1, 2017Linking Data Management and Sharing with ReproducibilityRead More
  • Post ImageOctober 31, 2017Libraries’ critical role preparing students for STEM jobsRead More
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