Rigor, Transparency, and Reproducibility
Scientific rigor, transparency, and reproducibility are essential for the responsible conduct of research. The National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation expect PIs to address how they will achieve robust and unbiased results when describing the experimental design and proposed methods in their proposals. This session will provide an overview of the NIH and NSF framework for addressing scientific rigor and ways that PIs can be responsive to this requirement.
Presented by Dr. Michael Eads, Associate Professor, Physics and Dr. Elizabeth Gaillard, Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Thursday, April 4 at 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Altgeld Hall, 315
595 College Ave, DeKalb, IL 60115
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