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Reproducible Research @ Cornell: Lecture, Panel, and Reception with Brian Nosek

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - 3:00pm
Dr. Brian Nosek of the Center for Open Science and the University of Virginia will be on campus for a set of events Nov. 28-29. Join us on Wednesday, the 28th, for: Keynote lecture by Dr. Nosek: "Shifting Incentives from Getting It Published to Getting It Right" - 3-4pm G10 BiotechPanel discussion on reproducible science - 4-5pm G10 BiotechRobert Weiss (Professor, Molecular Genetics) - ModeratorCarrie Adler (Assistant Professor, Molecular Medicine)Natasha Holmes (Assistant Professor, Physics)Andrew Karolyi (Professor of Finance and Harold Bierman Jr. Distinguished Professor of Management)Michael Macy (Goldwin-Smith Professor of Sociology)Brian Nosek (Professor of Psychology, UVA; Executive Director, COS)Reception - 5-6pm Biotech AtriumRegister through CULearn Those offsite can participate via Zoom; we will also record and post a video of the event to More information and links to registration for related events can be found at Reproducible Research @ Cornell Events are being hosted by the Office of the Vice Provost for Research; College of Veterinary Medicine; SC Johnson College of Business; the Departments of Psychology, Sociology and Communication; and the Research Data Management Service Group.
Keywords: research, data, open science, reproducibility, COS, OSF, Cornell Research, IT@Cornell

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