The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology

The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology has continued to make steady progress over the last few months.

Since December, they have published four new Registered Reports with eLife, and one more has been accepted and on the way.

Now that these protocols and analyses plans have been reviewed, the replication experiments themselves can begin. All of the protocols, analyses, and data are freely available on the Open Science Framework (OSF).

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In total, eleven replications have begun or are poised to begin in the coming weeks.

You can keep track of theReproducibility Project progress for all these Registered Reports and all of the rest of the 50 studies included in the project on the Open Science Framework.

Take a look at their most recent Science Exchange blog post and read the completed description of their progress so far.

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