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The King’s Open Research Group Initiative (or KORGI) is an action-oriented committee composed of an interdisciplinary mix of mainly senior academics and experienced research staff at King’s College London (KCL). Its aim is to push for changes in policies and procedures to promote transparent, accessible and reproducible research, focusing on three key engines for change. First, raising awareness about the benefits of open research practices for improving the quality of research and the career prospects of researchers. Second, helping researchers adopt open research practices, including the development of training and guidance, building infrastructure to allow for open research, and establishing appropriate incentives in policies and procedures. Finally, facilitating reforms at a Faculty and College level. The long-view of KORGI is that by engendering reproducibility and transparency in research, a positive change in research culture and practice will follow, which will be for the betterment of research and researchers. Membership is open to anyone based at KCL, and if you would like to join please contact the current lead, Dr Samuel Westwood, Dr Samuel Westwood, Founder and current lead of KORGI
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