What's all the buzz about? Open science and transparency practices are hot topics in the scientific community and in the media at large. Read about COS, our projects, and related news below.
May 22, 2017 | The cash and champagne were flowing Thursday night, May 18, 2017 as Central Virginia's leading innovators toasted the recipients of the 2017 CBIC Awards and CBIC gave away $7,500 in scholarships and grants supporting science and technology education and student entrepreneurship.
May 8, 2017 | The Center for Open Science (COS) is pleased to announce that it has added another branded service to its open source preprints service, OSF Preprints.
April 25, 2017 | In January, a review of the reproducibility of several highly cited cancer biology papers was published. The results were mixed and demonstrate how difficult reproducing published results can be at times—and how scientists need to do better.
April 17, 2017 | COS's Executive Director Brian Nosek discusses the importance of openness and transparency in the context of government funding of science.
March 16, 2017 | The Center for Open Science is pleased to announce that Nature Research and Springer journals have today become signatories of the Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines.
March 9, 2017 | Developers of clinical laboratory tests and medical diagnostic technologies might soon be feeling the pressure to increase their push for transparency and standards that ultimately would make replication easier.
March 7, 2017 | The new BITSS Preprints is built on COS’s flagship platform, the Open Science Framework, which helps researchers design and manage their project workflow, data storage, DOIs, and collaboration.
Feb. 28, 2017 | The Center for Open Science announces the election of a new expanded Board of Directors, and the election of Arthur “Skip” Lupia as COS Board chair and Alan G. Kraut as Vice Chair. These appointments are the first in a plan to increase the size of the board to support the mission of the Center for Open Science.
Feb. 15, 2017 | The Center for Open Science (COS) is pleased to announce that it has added another branded service to its open source preprints service called AgriXiv.
Jan. 19, 2017 | The first results from the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology have been published in eLife. The aim of the project, which is a collaboration between the Center for Open Science and Science Exchange, is to assess reproducibility in cancer biology, and to identify what influences its success or failure in science more generally.
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