Towards an increased awareness on the importance of Computational Reproducibility in Biological Sciences in Latin America
Collaboration helps push science forward. However, its power depends on us sharing workflows, reagents, and results that our colleagues can reproduce. Here, a team of ECRs share how they came together with the mission of making science more reproducible and their upcoming projects.
Life as a scientist comes with many personal and professional challenges. Thankfully, we do not need to face them alone, as there are many others like us out there. In this post, Yu-Fang Yang shares how she found the best communities for her and how being together lifts everyone up.
Research can be incredibly rewarding, but there are a lot of hurdles along the way. Some of these relate to our environments and are difficult to overcome. In this post, Maria Sol Ruiz and Nalaka Wijekoon explain how to take matters into our own hands and step up to induce global change.
In terms of fast communication and equity, preprints are invaluable for all researchers. In this post, we wanted to show you a bit more about Sciety, how it works, and the important role it plays on providing easy access to relevant preprints for the whole biomedical community.
Misinformation is one of the biggest problems of the internet era. What is our role as scientists? What is the best way to contribute, and communicate science to society? In this post, Elisabeth Marnik presents a list of key points to address these issues and make science more approachable.
We had the chance to talk to Prachee Avasthi, president of ASAPBio, who answered all our questions about preprints. She showed us how early career scientists can get involved in the publishing and reviewing process of preprints, and how it can benefit us all!