New Reproducibility

The crisis of Reproducibility in Research refers to the fact that almost 3 out of 4 scientists struggle to reproduce their own results.

This results in lost time, money and failures to earn Investigational New Drug (IND) approval required by FDA before advancing a product to Phase 1 clinical trials.

Below are some articles to get you started.

• How better training can help fix the reproducibility crisis http://bit.ly/2ve70Sa

• UC Berkley BOOK LAUNCH: The Practice of Reproducible Research http://bit.ly/2n859G7

• Nature: A manifesto for reproducible science http://go.nature.com/2myhHKw

• Academy of Medical Sciences: Reproducibility and reliability of biomedical research http://bit.ly/2lPP6vH

• Phys.org Reproducibility crisis timeline—milestones in tackling reliability http://bit.ly/2mPn1cM

• Genetic Literacy Project: Cancer scientists fail to replicate key study results – for good reasons http://bit.ly/2n818BB

• Nature: Biomedical researchers lax about validating antibodies for experiments http://go.nature.com/2lPUrDn

• Motherboard: Scientists Have Conducted Decades of Research on Mislabeled Cell Lines http://bit.ly/2mPihnw

• Addressing Cell-Line Contamination to Improve Data Reproducibility http://bit.ly/2vyuccT

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Solutions to Reproducibility in Research

• Automate processes & eliminate paper logs
• Schedule a GLP audit
• Become a Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA)
• Hire a Quality Control Apprentice

Solutions to Reproducibility in Research

• Automate processes & eliminate paper logs
• Schedule a GLP audit
• Become a Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA)
• Hire a Quality Control Apprentice

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