Emma Henderson, a graduate student at Kingston University, interviewed Chris Chambers, Chair of the Registered Reports Committee, about the Registered Report process and what it can do for students pursuing their PhDs.
OSF Registries adds functionality for improved discoverability, editable metadata fields, and a streamlined registration submission workflow.
COS exists to shift the research culture toward greater transparency and reproducibility. Enacting behavior change requires a strategy that addresses the individual and structural factors maintaining the status quo.
A crowdsourced dataset of OSF adoption rates by 1,987 faculty members from 69 psychology departments provides initial insight on the spread of open science.
Charlie Ebersole shares what he thinks are the most important limitations of the Many Labs projects from the perspective of someone who has led them.
OSF has reached another milestone: 150,000 active users
An enduring impact of the Prereg Challenge will be the knowledge base and infrastructure built to sustain it. The expertise that we gained through the process of reviewing over 3,000 preregistrations allowed us to compile a holistic understanding of how the practice can be best implemented.
A group of journal editors and experts in reproducibility and transparent reporting are putting together a framework for minimal reporting standards in the life sciences.
We interviewed social psychologist Randy McCarthy about his recent experiences publishing a Registered Report.
Gró Einarsdóttir shares her experience with Registered Reports and how it impacted her research process as a graduate student.
Current positions are here.
COS has consistently earned a Guidestar rating of Platinum for its financial transparency, the highest rating available. You can see our profile on Guidestar here.
We invite all of our sponsors, partners, and members of the community to learn more about how our organization operates, our impact, our financial performance, and our nonprofit status.