The Biophysical Society which publishes the Biophysical Journal implements the Principles and Guidelines for Reporting Preclinical Research proposed by NIH and has recently included the STRENDA Guidelines in their journal's guidelines in order to encourage reproducible, robust and transparent research.
This Symposium provides scientists the opportunity to present the latest results from their research in Open Science with presenting a poster that will be displayed throughout the entire conference.
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The proceedings of the Beilstein ESCEC Symposium 2015 just have been published online as open access articles. The symposium entitled ”From Enzymology to Systems Biology and Back" took place in September 2015 in Rudesheim, Germany.
The registration is now open for attendance and presentation of a poster for the Beilstein Symposium “Open Science and the Chemistry Lab of the Future”.
This conference provides research scientists, data scientists, publishers, funders and other interested parties a platform to critically review their needs and concerns for sharing and reusing the results of scientific research and to discuss the consequences for the future developing of a data driven lab and new infrastructures required.
In an interview with the Beilstein Magazine, Dr. Tchavdar Todorov from the Queen’sUniversity Belfast explains why it is important to include aspects of research integrity in the education of students, PhD students and even postdocs, and how to overcome the daily challenges that may threaten integrity in research.