Nicolai J. Birkbak,
Andrew H. Beck,
Hugo J.W.L. Aerts,
Nicolai Juul Birkbak,
Hugo JWL Aerts,
Jeffery S. Grethe,
Melissa A. Haendel,
David N. Kennedy,
Patrick R. Hof,
Maryann E. Martone,
Resource Identification Initiative Members are listed here: https://www.force11.org/node/4463/members
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The Preclinical Reproducibility and Robustness channel is a platform for open and transparent publication of confirmatory and non-confirmatory studies in biomedical research. The channel is open to all scientists from both academia and industry and provides a centralized space for researchers to start an open dialogue, thereby helping to improve the reproducibility of studies. To see our advisory board please click here.
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The channel is open for submission to all research scientists (academia and industry) who want to publish a confirming or non-confirming replication study on condition that they provide the full methodology and data to support their claims.
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The overall goal of the channel is to enable meaningful scientific discourse that is open and publicly available and aids the rapid progression of science.