Invitation: Conference Call on the Irreproducibility Crisis of Modern Science

National Association of Scholars

Join NAS next Wednesday, October 31, at 3:00 PM Eastern, as we discuss the irreproducibility crisis of modern science and what can be done about it. NAS will release a toolkit with practical ways NAS members can promote replicable, reliable science.

This toolkit builds on our 2018 report The Irreproducibility Crisis of Modern Science, which found that many supposedly scientific results cannot be reproduced in subsequent investigations—and that many of these faulty studies are cited as the basis of federal regulations.

What: Conference call on the irreproducibility crisis in modern science
When: Wednesday, October 31, 3:00-4:00 PM Eastern
Where: Call in to 1-800-617-7801 and use the conference code 3534925

**Please note the new conference line number.**

Register for the call here

Read more about the irreproducibility crisis here.

This is part of a series of conference calls NAS is hosting during the fall 2018 semester. See the full schedule here.

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