New Project: The Many Faces of Reproducibility

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The Many Faces of Reproducibility is a three-year project supported by the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota through their Interdisciplinary Collaborative Workshop Award. The project involves an interdisciplinary exploration of different facets of reproducibility in methods, results, and inferences across the social, behavioral, and natural sciences. It aims to advance scholarship on reproducibility, develop innovative approaches for training researchers, and engage the public regarding the trustworthiness of scientific claims. Project team members include faculty from across eight different colleges and more than a dozen different departments at the University of Minnesota. Activities include regular discussion groups, public events, symposia, workshops, and publications. Learn more about our news and events or follow us on Twitter to stay informed about what has been happening and what is coming next in the near future.

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