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Deeper Reasons for Open Science: Open Science is Better Science

Deeper Reasons for Open Science: Open Science is Better Science with Prof. Dr. Hans-Hennig von Grünberg

The OPEN SCIENCE CONFERENCE Paris took place in Paris in February 2022. At this conference a number of talks were given that are closely related to what we want to learn.

By means of two talks from the conference, I want to show in this second video that (and why) open science practices are needed to improve the quality of modern research. The quality problem that the Open Science movement refers to, is called the reproducibility crisis.

In the next chapter we will look a bit closer at this crisis. But you can also learn something about biases in reporting and about a phenomenon called “selective reporting”, which have severe consequences, for example, where clinical trial studies are concerned.



At this point, I recommend exploring the online conference. Perhaps you can find some talks that are interesting to you and that are near to your field of expertise!

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