Brian Nosek on the Open Science Movement

A lecture delivered by Brian Nosek as part of the 2019 SHAPS ‘Walls’ Public Lecture Series, on 4 April 2019.

Publish or perish – a scientific career is based on getting published in peer reviewed academic journals. But this pressure increases the risk for scientists to employ flexible analytic and selective reporting practices. The Open Science movement calls for transparency of not just research results, but also research methods. And it begins with examining of how and what we reward in scientific work.

You can listen to the talk on the ABC Big Ideas website, with Lecture Slides also available via Center for Open Science.

Brian Nosek is the co-Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Open Science

Feature image: Rohan Makhecha via Unsplash