There are numerous efforts under way by a variety of stakeholders to make research more reproducible, through increased transparency and data- and resource-sharing initiatives. What tools are available, what experiments are currently under way, and what best practices are emerging in the drive to facilitate greater reproducibility?
On Wednesday May 9th 2018, Addgene and the Harvard GSAS Science Policy Group will host a Minisymposium on Reproducibility to discuss these issues, which you can attend in-person or remotely:
3:10 – 3:30 – Reproducibility Overview – Jefrey S. Flier, Researcher at Harvard Medical School, former dean of Harvard Medical School
3:35 – 3:55 – Reagent sharing – Susanna Bachle, Addgene the nonprofit plasmid repository
4:00 – 4:20 – Reagent Development – Steven C. Almo, Institute for Protein Innovation
4:25 – 4:55
Alex Tucker (Ginkgo Bioworks)
Pamela Hines (Senior Editor at Science)
Edward J. Hall (Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University)
Tony Cijsouw (Neuroscience postdoc at Tufts University)
Join the Harvard GSAS Science Policy Group for a networking happy hour following the event!
You can register here to attend in-person in Boston (3:00pm – 6:00pm, New Research Building Room 350, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston).
Alternatively, you can view remotely on YouTube here (no registration required).
Future of Research is excited to support this event!