UCL Research Reproducibility Town Hall
On 10 April, colleagues from diverse disciplines met to debate the approach and actions needed to improve research standards at UCL through research replicability. Under specific discussion was a draft UCL statement on reproducibility in research.
Details of the UCL Research Reproducibility Town Hall panellists and slides are available. Other key documents:
- UCL Statement on Research Integrity
- UCL Code of Conduct for Research
- LERU policy paper on open science
- Plan S: Making full & immediate Open Access a reality
- UCL’s response to Plan S.
Help shape UCL policy on research reproducibility
Express your views on the draft UCL statement
Take a short survey on the draft UCL statement on reproducibility in research.
Deadline: 10 May 2019
Email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the UCL Reproducibility mailing list
Subscribe to the UCL reproducibility mailing list for news and updates, invitations to contribute and training opportunities.
Attend a ReproducibiliTea UCL discussion
‘The fickle P value generates irreproducible results’
02/05 1-2pm Room 448, 26 Bedford Way, London, WC1H 0AP.
Register to join the UK Reproducibility Network discussion – the third in the series. This paper is available in Nature Methods or on the OSF website, where you can also find 2019 ReproducibiliTea UCL topics and dates.
Colleagues from all disciplines, sceptics and non-UCL attendees welcome.
ReproducibiliTea UCL talks so far:
- the 2015 Science paper ‘Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science’
- the 2017 paper by Marcus Munafò et al. ‘A Manifesto for Reproducible Science‘
- UCL Plan S Town Hall meeting January 2019 (blog)
- UCL Open Access blogs on Plan S
- From coalition to commons: Plan S and the future of scholarly communication (Insights article)
This blog was updated 15 April