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Breaking the Wall to Improve the Research Culture
The Center for Open Science’s (COS) Executive Director, Brian Nosek, was selected as one of ten winners in the Science and Innovation Management category in the Science...
Tags: Community, Open Science, Culture Change
Badges for Open Research Practices Now Available on OSF Registrations
Changing the research culture to more open, transparent, and reproducible practices is a collective action movement across the entire research system. In a coordinated systematic...
Tags: OSF, Open Science, Registrations, Badges, Compliance, Open Code, Open Materials
Surpassing 100,000 Registrations on OSF: Strides in Adoption of Open and Reproducible Research
The growth in the global open science research community shows no signs of slowing down. Examples of openness and improved rigor are everywhere. One example of that growth is the...
Tags: Preregistration, OSF, Open Science, Registrations
A Win for Open Science: White House OSTP’s Updated Guidance Advances Open Access and Data Sharing Across Federal Agencies
The Center for Open Science (COS) supports the new policy update from the White House Office of Science Technology & Policy (OSTP) ensuring free, immediate, and equitable access...
Tags: Data, Community, Open Science, Culture Change, Open Access, Accessibility
500,000 OSF Users: Celebrating a Global Open Science Community
Ten years ago, open science was an unfamiliar concept and the only practitioners were innovators seeking to do science in a more rigorous, transparent, and inclusive way. These...
Tags: OSF, Community, Open Science
Watch the Catalyzing Open Science Globally: Use Cases and Translated Resources Webinar
Communities of researchers from diverse groups and cultures around the globe use the Open Science Framework (OSF) to support their research workflows. Having support materials and...
Tags: OSF, Community, Open Science, Webinars
How OSF Meets ‘Desirable Characteristics for Data Repositories’
Both the National Institutes for Health (NIH) and National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) in the United States have recently issued important guidelines to help the...
Tags: OSF, Open Science
Watch the Demystifying the Data Anonymization Process: Myths and Best Practices Webinar
Many well-meaning and ambitious researchers get tangled in the process of data anonymization. A thoughtful approach to anonymization is critical to achieving regulatory...
Tags: Research, Data, Community, Open Science, Webinars
Watch the Registered Reports and Funding in Consciousness and Religion Research Webinar
Registered Reports is a publishing format that emphasizes the importance of the research question and the quality of methodology by conducting peer review prior to data...
Tags: Research, Community, Open Science, Webinars, Registered Reports, Consciousness
New Frontiers for Files on OSF
Publishers, funders, and institutions are overwhelmingly pursuing FAIR (Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reuse) standards, enabling shared content to be findable,...
Tags: OSF, Open Science