The American Geophysical Union has partnered with COS on the development of a directory aimed at helping Earth and space science authors and journals find appropriate places to deposit data based on data types, disciplines, and other relevant repository factors.
The Experimental Research Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA) currently uses the EGAP Registry. The EGAP Registry will be integrated with the Open Science Framework to increase the registry’s visibility within the social science community.
The Association for Psychological Science journal, Psychological Science, has adopted badges to recognize researchers who follow open practices. And, the journal, Perspectives on Psychological Science, adopted Registered Replication Reports with a grant for replications from COS.
The Association of Research Libraries is a nonprofit organization comprised of university and research libraries across the United States. ARL is working in conjunction with COS to create the SHARE notification service to connect scientists with relevant research.
BITSS works with COS to increase reproducibility and transparency in social sciences. BITSS provides workshops and training for social scientists, including instruction on using the Open Science Framework.
COS will support the Busara Center for Behavioral Economics research project, The Deliberative Lives Project, on the Open Science Framework (OSF).
DataCite and COS are partnering to explore and support activities related to re3data, an open global registry of research data repositories, and the Open Science Framework. Ideas include developing proofs-of-concept to design new features and functionality through integration, testing these ideas with user communities, and creating complementary user services that will benefit the scientific community.
The Electrochemical Society (ECS) has partnered with COS to adopt COS's free, open science tools and incentive programs. Both groups will also explore publishing platform needs as ECS transitions to an Open Access publications model.
eLife has partnered with COS and Science Exchange to be the publisher for the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology. Each paper that will be replicated for the metascience project will undergo peer review at eLife using the Registered Report format with the results of these experiments published in a Replication Study.
COS and Elsevier will increase the use and discoverability of scientific research through dataset and article linking. Research articles found on ScienceDirect, a database operated by Elsevier containing abstracts and full-text articles from thousands of peer-reviewed journals, will be linked with their respective datasets on the Open Science Framework.
Evidence in Governance and Politics (EGAP) has partnered with COS to integrate the EGAP Registry with the Open Science Framework.
The Foundation for Earth Science has partnered with COS on the use of the OSF to support ESIP Testbed projects, the Technology Evaluation Framework (TEF), and ESIP Federation meetings.
GODAN supports the proactive sharing of open data to make information about agriculture and nutrition available, accessible and usable to deal with the urgent challenge of ensuring world food security. GODAN and COS have agreed to work together to develop new programming and open initiatives.
LISA and COS have partnered on an initiative to enhance the quality and impact of research conducted at institutions in African countries by training researchers to become collaborative statisticians through transparent and reproducible research practices.
Prometheus Research has partnered with COS on use of the OSF and its application programming interface (API), to connect with their open source, integrated Research Exchange Database to create a library of Electronic Data Capture (EDC) instruments. This will enable OSF users to easily utilize EDC instruments within their OSF projects.
The Center For Scientific Integrity (CSI), the parent organization of Retraction Watch, has partnered with COS to create a database of retractions on the Open Science Framework.
Science Exchange has partnered with COS to conduct the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology. Science Exchange organizes providers and connects research labs with the metascience effort.
SocArXiv and COS have partnered to develop a free, open access, open source archive for social science research. This initiative will help facilitate faster, more open sharing of research on an open access platform for the social sciences.
Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences (TESS) is an NSF-funded project that supports free data collections on representative samples of U.S. adults for experimental research. COS and TESS have partnered to host TESS's entire historical and future data catalog of more than 300 experiments on the Open Science Framework.
UCR has partnered with COS on a campus-wide interdisciplinary project, Institutional Re-engineering Ethical Discourse in STEM (iREDS), to use the OSF in a randomized control trial (RCT) studying the effects of interventions in standard ethics training.
At times, COS makes grants to individuals and organizations in support of open science initiatives. For COS grants of $50,000 or less, no overhead costs are permitted. For COS grants larger than $50,000, overhead costs may not exceed 15% of direct project costs.