Reproducibility Research Oxford: Launch report and upcoming event

Reproducible Research Oxford (RROx) aims to support the University of Oxford in developing a coordinated approach to open scholarship and reproducible research across Divisions. Supported by an interdivisional award from the John Fell Fund, RROx operates as the local node of the UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN).

RROx officially launched on 13 January 2020, with a well-attended event, as reported in Research Fortnight. Keynote speakers were Claire Fraser (Senior Higher Education Policy Adviser, Research England), Stephen Curry (Imperial College London and DORA) and Brian Nosek (University of Virginia and Center for Open Science). Video recordings and slides of all the presentations can be accessed here.

For information about our future events and training activities, please subscribe to our mailing list. You can also visit our website and follow us on Twitter. Our next event will be a seminar on February 5 at 16:00 (Lecture Theatre B, Department of Computer Science). Karen Sandler will talk about her work as Executive Director of the Software Freedom Conservancy. Please do not hesitate to get in touch about related initiatives, or for suggestions regarding RROx activities by contacting the coordinator of RROx.

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