ReproducibiliTea is a world-wide network of open research (journal) clubs that discuss ideas about improving transparency and reproducibility in research work, and the open research movement at a larger scale.
The Edinburgh section of ReproducibiliTea was set up in August 2020 by PhD students Niamh MacSweeney and Laura Klinkhamer.
The main aim of the Edinburgh ReproducibiliTea sessions is to support researchers from all career stages (including students) in navigating the possibilities and challenges that the open research movement brings about. Through these sessions, the organisers hope to encourage researchers to adopt more open research practices and show them the benefits of doing so on both an individual and community-level.
These sessions take place every 3rd Friday of the month. To sign up to the mailing list and receive the session details, please fill out this Google Form: https://forms.gle/4NfCEWKGnxFfjQJ29
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