Reproducibility for Everyone’s June campaign

Reproducibility for Everyone’s June campaign

Reproducibility for Everyone (R4E) is a community-led education project which aims to increase adoption of open research practices at scale. R4E volunteer co-instructors run over twenty workshops per year at premier scientific conferences. Since 2018, R4E volunteers...
UKRN position on meta-research

UKRN position on meta-research

Across many fields of research, it is now apparent that shortcomings in the design, conduct, analysis and reporting of research weaken our collective efforts and limit our ability to translate knowledge into societal benefit. In many fields the problem is well...
UKRN position on responsible research evaluation

UKRN position on responsible research evaluation

We appreciate that universities are not immune to financial pressures, and that there may be times when they have to reduce their headcount or re-align their priorities. However, the resulting career uncertainty has the potential to encourage researchers at all stages...
An enhanced narrative CV template for the research community

An enhanced narrative CV template for the research community

In September 2020, UKRI announced that it would replace the many and varied formats for providing CV and track record information with a single CV format based on the Royal Society’s résumé for researchers. The goal of this CV format is to help researchers to share...
University of Bristol Open Research Prize winners announced

University of Bristol Open Research Prize winners announced

University of Bristol is the latest to offer an Open Research Prize, following the lead of University of Surrey and the University of Reading. The University of Bristol, through collaboration between the UK Reproducibility Network and the University of Bristol Library...
University of Surrey Open Research Award winners announced

University of Surrey Open Research Award winners announced

By Emma Henderson The three winners of The University of Surrey’s 2021 Open Research and Transparency Showcase Awards were announced in early March 2021. The awards were devised as part of Surrey’s ongoing commitment to open research and designed to identify and...
University of Sheffield statement on Open Research

University of Sheffield statement on Open Research

We are pleased to report that the University of Sheffield now has an institutional statement on Open Research. Thank you to all who contributed towards making this happen. Many parts were adapted from fellow UKRN member’s statements, demonstrating one of the...
Winners of the 2021 BNA Credibility Prize

Winners of the 2021 BNA Credibility Prize

The British Neuroscience Association (BNA) earlier this week were delighted to announce the winners of the inaugural BNA Credibility Prizes. These prizes highlight and recognise some of the excellent efforts to ensure that neuroscience research is as robust, reliable,...
UKRN Newsletter – March 2021

UKRN Newsletter – March 2021

The March 2021 issue of the UKRN newsletter was published earlier this month, featuring a write-up of the recent annual meeting, the latest news, event information and tips on UKRN resources. You can view a PDF version of the newsletter here: UKRN Newsletter –...