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<p><strong>ReproducibiliTea at Bristol</strong></p> <p>Following the example of Amy Orben, Sam Parsons and Sophia Crüwell, ReproducibiliTea came to Bristol in January 2019 with the support of the UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN), which is now spreading to other universities.</p> <p>We run an ECR-led weekly journal club open to all staff and students from any discipline. </p> <p><strong>Time & Place</strong></p> <p>Every other Tuesday, 4-5pm in 5 Priory Road, University of Bristol</p> <p><strong>Format</strong></p> <p>In advance of each session, one attendee chooses a paper related to the barriers and solutions to better research methods in the life sciences. During the session the attendee presents a short (~15mins) overview of the chosen paper and the remainder of the session is dedicated to free discussion amongst all attendees.</p> <p><strong>Inclusivity</strong></p> <p>Everyone is welcome to join us - skeptics and open science enthusiasts alike! We are hoping for a diverse range of attendees from all career stages, disciplines, and backgrounds. </p> <p>To join the mailing list please email the club organiser, Katie Drax ( katie.drax@bristol.ac.uk ).</p>
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