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Openness and accountability foster integrity and improve the quality of research. Structured appropriately, the open science process can empower researchers to do better research and improve public trust in science. However, advancing reproducibility-replicability-openness is difficult, requiring top-down policy approaches, grassroots efforts, and changes in both the culture and incentives across the enterprise. In recognition that persistent, multi-stakeholder efforts are needed to move the research enterprise in the desired direction and in response to recommendations from several National Academies consensus reports, we are establishing a new Strategic Council for Research Excellence, Integrity, and Trust. This new Strategic Council convenes stakeholders across the research enterprise to develop ways to promote high-quality research practices and to address conflicting expectations and incentives across the research enterprise that inhibit ethical behavior and integrity in the system. Other notable current Academies activities include the Roundtable on Aligning Incentives for Open Science, workshops on Developing a Toolkit for Open Science Practices and on the Future of Methods Reporting, and a series of articles published in Issues in Science and Technology designed to advance ideas and spur discussion on how the scientific enterprise must evolve over the next 75 years. Many scientific societies have been actively leading efforts to address some or all of these issues. Our task now is to work together more effectively to advance a shared agenda.
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From Friday, 03 December 2021 11:00 AM
To Friday, 03 December 2021 12:00 PM
3 December 2021, 11am ET (1600 UTC)
If you have previously registered for the series, you will receive an email that includes an outlook invite with the zoom link prior to the event. A reminder will be sent out on the morning of 3 December as well.