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What Is “Open Science”? (And Why Some Researchers Want It) – Futurism (Elizabeth Gilbert, Katie Corker | June 2017)

Published/Released on June 05, 2017 | Posted by Admin on August 14, 2017 / , , ,
 


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Open science is a set of practices designed to make scientific processes and results more transparent and accessible to people outside the research team. It includes making complete research materials, data and lab procedures freely available online to anyone. Many scientists are also proponents of open access, a parallel movement involving making research articles available to read without a subscription or access fee.

Why are researchers interested in open science? What problems does it aim to address?

Recent research finds that many published scientific findings might not be reliable. For example, researchers have reported being able to replicate only 40 percent or less of cancer biology results, and a large-scale attempt to replicate 100 recent psychology studies successfully reproduced fewer than half of the original results.

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