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Posts tagged with 'open science initiatives'

OSF on Track to Reach Half a Million Users by Midyear 2022
The growth in the open science research community shows no signs of slowing down. Nowhere is that more evident than in the number of users of the Open Science Framework (OSF), an...
Tags: Openscience, OSF, open science initiatives
New Grant in Consciousness Research with $1.125M to be Awarded to Consciousness Researchers who use the Registered Reports Model
In collaboration with the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, and with funding from the Templeton World Charity Foundation (TWCF), we are very excited to...
Tags: open science initiatives, Registered Reports, Webinar, Consciousness
How OSF Registries are Advancing Childhood Neurocognitive Development Research
As any teacher – or even any parent with more than one child knows – social development in children occurs at different rates and manifests in an enormous variety of personality...
Tags: Science, OSF, OSF Registries, open science initiatives, Open Source
Seven Reasons to Work Reproducibly
 The following is a guest post from Dalson Figueiredo and Nicole Janz who helped to co-author Seven Reasons Why: A User's Guide to Transparency and Reproducibility, the first...
Tags: Reproducibility, open science initiatives, Brazil, transparent workflow