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Reproducibility of Data Collection and Analysis: Modern Technologies in Structural Biology: Potentials and Pitfalls

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1 Thumbnail image Opening remarks - Dr. Michael Gottesman, Deputy Director for Intramural Research, NIH 0:00:06
2 Thumbnail image Session 1: Crystallography - InĂªs Chen, Chief Editor, NSMB, Wei Yang, NIDDK, NIH and Wayne Hendrickson, Columbia U 0:04:27
3 Thumbnail image Session 2: Cryo-EM - Valda J. Vinson, Deputy Editor, Science, Sriram Subramaniam, NCI, NIH and Ed Egelman, UVA 1:13:41
4 Thumbnail image Session 3: NMR - Milka Kostic, Senior Editor, Structure, Ad Bax, NIDDK, NIH and Peter Wright, Scripps 2:16:17
5 Thumbnail image Session 4: Mass Spectroscopy - Valda J. Vinson, Deputy Editor, Science, Sandy Markey, NIST and David R. Goodlet, University of Maryland 3:20:33
6 Thumbnail image Closing remarks - Dr. Michael Gottesman, Deputy Director for Intramural Research, NIH 4:33:31
   
Air date: Friday, March 13, 2015, 12:30:00 PM
Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
Views: Total views: 521, (237 Live, 284 On-demand)
Category: Conferences
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Description: This is the second of three workshops sponsored by the NIH Office of the Director on the important topic of reproducibility, the subject of recent editorials in leading scientific journals.

The purpose of these workshops is to educate the NIH intramural research community about what advanced technologies can accomplish and the kinds of reproducibility problems that can arise; provide a cautionary note to scientists who hope to use but are inexperienced with various new modeling techniques; and educate others who are attempting to interpret results in the literature.

We have invited several world-class scientists who will speak about important technologies in structural biology. In addition, we have invited editors from scientific journals covering structural biology to moderate sessions and discuss issues with data reproducibility in the scientific literature.

For more information go to http://wals.od.nih.gov/reproducibility
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NLM Title: Modern technologies in structural biology : potentials and pitfalls / Michael Gottesman [and 12 others].
Author: Gottesman, Michael M.
Reproducibility of Data Collection and Analysis (Workshop)
National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Office of the Director,
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Abstract: (CIT): This is the second of three workshops sponsored by the NIH Office of the Director on the important topic of reproducibility, the subject of recent editorials in leading scientific journals. The purpose of these workshops is to educate the NIH intramural research community about what advanced technologies can accomplish and the kinds of reproducibility problems that can arise; provide a cautionary note to scientists who hope to use but are inexperienced with various new modeling techniques; and educate others who are attempting to interpret results in the literature. We have invited several world-class scientists who will speak about important technologies in structural biology. In addition, we have invited editors from scientific journals covering structural biology to moderate sessions and discuss issues with data reproducibility in the scientific literature.
Subjects: Biomedical Technology
Cell Biology
Data Collection--methods
Diffusion of Innovation
Reproducibility of Results
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NLM Classification: QU 21
NLM ID: 101655819
CIT Live ID: 15910
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