Episode 10: What is Open Science?
20th April 2020
We talk to Alexandra Lautarescu about open science, what makes good science, and what we can do as researchers and funders to promote and practise open science.
Alex is a doctoral researcher at King's College London working on fetal and neonatal brain development. She is an open science advocate, passionate about making science more open in the research community and to the public. You can read more about her research and outreach at https://www.alautarescu.com and follow her on twitter @AleLautarescu
If you are interested in the articles or resources mentioned in this episode:
Marcus Munafo's paper "A manifesto for reproducible science"
Florian Markowetz' paper "Five selfish reasons to work reproducibly"
The UKRN primers https://www.bristol.ac.uk/psychology/research/ukrn/about/resources/
Daniel Lakens' statistics course