Efficient Collaboration Can Help Address the Reproducibility Crisis
White Paper Jun 17, 2020
Scientific research builds on itself, so when past results cannot be reproduced, the foundations of science as we know it are called into question. In recent years, this has become an increasingly concerning issue; according to one Nature survey, more than 70 percent of researchers reported being unable to reproduce another scientist’s experiments. Solving this so-called “reproducibility crisis” is one of the biggest challenges facing the scientific community.
In this whitepaper, discover how efficient, digitized collaboration can help to address the reproducibility crisis, with a technological solution that:
- Improves record-keeping
- Easily facilitates data sharing
- Syncs up with existing lab software
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