UKRN position on correcting the research record

UKRN position on correcting the research record

UKRN is committed to identifying and helping to implement research practices that improve the robustness of the research process, and the quality of resulting research outputs. However, we recognise that this can only be achieved through the coordinated action of...
UKRN Newsletter – September 2021

UKRN Newsletter – September 2021

The September 2021 issue of the UKRN newsletter was published last week. If you missed it, a PDF version is available to view here: UKRN Newsletter – September 2021. To sign up our mailing list and receive future newsletters by email, head to our newsletter...
Major funding boost for UK’s open research agenda

Major funding boost for UK’s open research agenda

A consortium of 18 universities – members of the UK Reproducibility Network – has received significant funding to drive uptake of open research practices across the sector, furthering the UK’s position at the forefront of rigorous and reproducible research. The...
UKRN listed as an example of best practice in BBSRC report

UKRN listed as an example of best practice in BBSRC report

In May, the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) held a virtual meeting on artificial intelligence in the biosciences. The summary report from that meeting has now been published, and lists UKRN as an example of best practice for what could...
Blog post on reproducibility and research integrity

Blog post on reproducibility and research integrity

Marcus Munafò has written a blog post for BMC (BioMed Central, a scientific open access publisher), titled ‘Reproducibility and Research Integrity – a call for content’. You can view the blog post on their website here.