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 We’re very glad to report several exciting developments at Curate Science:
  • Lead Etienne LeBel recently gave two invited talks about Curate Science in Munich, Germany (one in a meta-science symposium at  the DPPD personality conference & another at Felix Schonbrödt’s Open Science Committee group meeting). The talks went well and we received lots of constructive feedback and comments (see here for talk slides).
  • Our website has been updated to reflect new developments and current priorities, including 3 new focus areas with corresponding division leads:
    1. 1. Method Transparency: Etienne LeBel
    2. 2. Analytic reproducibility: Wolf Vanpaemel (& one of his grad students)
    3. 3. Effect Replicability: Philosopher of science (anonymous for the moment due to political reasons)
  • We have a new and more diverse advisory board, reflecting greater representation from early career researchers (ECRs), who are particularly affected by transparency and replicability issues.
  • We’re very excited to announce some updates regarding our next round of funding:
  • Finally, another exciting development is that we’re joining forces with Meta-Lab, a non-profit provider of transparency and reproducibility services. We’re teaming up on a grant (soon to be submitted to a UK philanthropist) that will assess the reproducibility of Social Impact Evaluation (SIE) field experiment studies. This will involve developing and validating scales to quantify 3 fundamental aspects of reproducibility.

Sincerely,
Curate Science Team
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