Make computer-aided research more verifiable

A central problem with modern computer-aided research is that research based on long computations becomes difficult to verify. It is thus unclear how and why such should be trusted. The most widely discussed aspect of this problem is the (non-)reproducibility of computational work, but the issue...

By Konrad Hinsen

miniReproducibility Project

A valuable but hidden set of data: research trainees spend months to years confirming previously published data. These experiments are not considered publishable. Other trainees in the same field “reinvent the wheel” due to lack of publicly available information. A simple idea: Imagine the sa...

By girija goyal

Venture reproducibility

Venture capitalists work under the concept of investing small amounts in lots of startup companies, some of which will fail, some of which will make a little money, and a few of which will make a lot of money. This is similar to [the "Miracle Machine" argument Eric Lander makes for funding ba...

By Daniel S. Katz