3 Things Societies Can Do to Promote Research Integrity

February 21, 2017 Anna Ehler

In June of 2016 Brian Nosek, the Executive Director of the Center for Open Science, spoke at the Wiley Society Executive Seminar in Washington DC about the challenges of research reproducibility, and how professional incentives can sometimes be at odds with scientific values of openness and transparency.

In this episode, Brian gives some ideas for what you and others in the research community can do to close the gaps between research values and practice.

Be sure to listen to our  previous episode: Making Sense of Science for the Public.

You can also listen to this episode and others – including how governments are driving open science and evolutions in publishing technology – by going to iTunes and subscribing to the Wiley Society Podcast.

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