Reproducing research results can help accelerate the scientific progress. In the second half of this two-part episode, Tim Errington and Brian Nosek from the Center for Open Science share insights from their the Center’s replication of a high-profile anti-cancer treatment study. In the episode Tim also discusses how the preregistration of research proposals and registered reports can improve the our confidence in scientific findings.
- Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology (RP:CB) Overview
- CD47 replication study OSF project page
- The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology (eLife page)
- Registered report for the CoS study
- Original CD47 paper published in PNAS
- Science Forum: An open investigation of the reproducibility of cancer biology research
- CD47 replication study paper published by eLife
- Nobel Life Sciences laboratory
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Hosts / Producers
Doug Leigh & Ryan Watkins
How to Cite
Leigh, D., Watkins, R., Errington, T., & Nosek, B.. (2017, October 24). Parsing Science – Open Science and Replications (Part 2 of 2). figshare. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.5907973
Music featured in the episode
What’s The Angle? and Dank Halloween by Shane Ivers