Reproducible Research Oxford to run training and support for meta-research amid concerns over reproducibility crisis
Researchers at the University of Oxford have launched an institution-wide initiative for the promotion of replicable, good-quality work to help counteract a perceived reproducibility crisis within research.
Members have described Reproducible Research Oxford—known as RROx—as a movement set up “to enhance the quality of scholarship and research across the entire collegiate university”. The aim is to establish RROx as a local hub of the wider UK Reproducibility Network.
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