Retractions, Replications and Reproducibility: Changes in Scientific Knowledge Production and Communication
Friday, April 28, 2017
3 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
UCI Student Center, Doheny Beach A
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Bursts of media coverage of retracted scientific articles and failures to replicate and reproduce scientific findings have led to a widespread sense of crisis in the familiar forms of scientific knowledge production and communication. Is the language of crisis warranted, or is this how science has always worked? How are technological changes in the communication of scientific results affecting the process of scientific knowledge production? Are there genuine knowledge crises in certain scientific fields (such as medicine or social science)? What solutions are available for these problems, and how can new scholars move forward with both confidence and integrity in this environment?
This program will be appropriate to all campus personnel and community members interested in how the process of scientific communication may affect their role as producers and consumers of scientific knowled
Moderator: Larry Cahill
Moderator: Simon Cole