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Laura Navarro

02 6201 9488

emcr@science.org.au

9:00 AM December 10 - 4:00 PM December 11, 2019
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Lack of reproducibility of scientific claims has been a recurrent topic in many branches of science and the source of public debate in recent years. Many solutions have been proposed to address specific problems but navigating them and finding effective tools and methods to implement can be a daunting task for researchers and their institutions.

The Re:produce workshop aims to address the challenges of making reproducible science by offering researchers tools that can help make their research more open and verifiable. 

Re:produce will be held on 10-11 December 2019 at Customs House, Brisbane. The workshop offers two days of hands-on training in key areas of the reproducibility of science. This is an opportunity for EMCRs to openly discuss the challenges related to the reproducibility of their research and find ways to navigate the tools available to make their research more open and verifiable.

Who is this for?

Early-and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) and PhD students from a range of disciplines interested in making their research more open, transparent and verifiable.

As a delegate at the Re:produce workshop, you will have the chance to refresh the concepts and tools of the reproducibility of science, engage in meaningful discussions, apply practical solutions to enhance the quality and credibility of your research,  and establish valuable connections with researchers from different disciplines.

Limited spaces available. Early bird registrations are currently open and will close on Thursday 31 October 2019.

Mobility grants

Through the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia), the Australian Academy of Science, and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers are offering a number of mobility grants to support a diversity of EMCRs and PhD students to attend the Re:produce workshop.

The mobility grants are designed to offset the expenses associated with attending for those participants who may not be able to attend without support and/or people from traditionally underrepresented demographics.

The mobility grants can be used to cover costs associated with attendance to the event, such as caring responsibilities, travel, accommodation and other support required to facilitate your attendance.

To apply to be considered for a mobility grant

Applications for mobility grants are open and will close on Thursday 31 October 2019.

Event partners

The Re:produce workshop is made possible thanks to the support of the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia), the University of Queensland, the University of Southern Queensland and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers.

The Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia)

The supports activities which provide tangible benefits to Australia’s early- and mid-career researcher (EMCR) community, with the overall goal of furthering scientific discovery. Activities are managed by the Australian Academy of Science and funds are made available by the generous support of the Royal Society through the Theo Murphy (Australia) Fund.

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Contact Information

Laura Navarro

02 6201 9488

emcr@science.org.au

9:00 AM December 10 - 4:00 PM December 11, 2019

Re:produce workshop

Event website

Early bird and mobility application deadline extended to 31 October

Lack of reproducibility of scientific claims has been a recurrent topic in many branches of science and the source of public debate in recent years. Many solutions have been proposed to address specific problems but navigating them and finding effective tools and methods to implement can be a daunting task for researchers and their institutions.

The Re:produce workshop aims to address the challenges of making reproducible science by offering researchers tools that can help make their research more open and verifiable. 

Re:produce will be held on 10-11 December 2019 at Customs House, Brisbane. The workshop offers two days of hands-on training in key areas of the reproducibility of science. This is an opportunity for EMCRs to openly discuss the challenges related to the reproducibility of their research and find ways to navigate the tools available to make their research more open and verifiable.

Who is this for?

Early-and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) and PhD students from a range of disciplines interested in making their research more open, transparent and verifiable.

As a delegate at the Re:produce workshop, you will have the chance to refresh the concepts and tools of the reproducibility of science, engage in meaningful discussions, apply practical solutions to enhance the quality and credibility of your research,  and establish valuable connections with researchers from different disciplines.

Limited spaces available. Early bird registrations are currently open and will close on Thursday 31 October 2019.

Mobility grants

Through the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia), the Australian Academy of Science, and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers are offering a number of mobility grants to support a diversity of EMCRs and PhD students to attend the Re:produce workshop.

The mobility grants are designed to offset the expenses associated with attending for those participants who may not be able to attend without support and/or people from traditionally underrepresented demographics.

The mobility grants can be used to cover costs associated with attendance to the event, such as caring responsibilities, travel, accommodation and other support required to facilitate your attendance.

To apply to be considered for a mobility grant complete the application form.

Applications for mobility grants are open and will close on Thursday 31 October 2019.

Event partners

The Re:produce workshop is made possible thanks to the support of the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia), the University of Queensland, the University of Southern Queensland and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers.

The Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia)

The Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) supports activities which provide tangible benefits to Australia’s early- and mid-career researcher (EMCR) community, with the overall goal of furthering scientific discovery. Activities are managed by the Australian Academy of Science and funds are made available by the generous support of the Royal Society through the Theo Murphy (Australia) Fund.

Customs House,399 Queen Street Queensland

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