Peer review is the cornerstone of scientific research, but it’s not glamorous work. Research to ensure studies are non-biased, valid, and replicable is a vital aspect of scientific research that is often overlooked.
As reported by The Economist:
“Last year researchers at one biotech firm, Amgen, found they could reproduce just six of 53 “landmark” studies in cancer research.”
Curate Science aims to increase exposure for replication studies based off published research, promising to become the go-to source for journalists and researchers alike to find verifiable scientific knowledge.
Our work with Curate Science covers the gamut of discovering scientific research, detailing published findings, methods, and replications, as well as supporting community feedback and verification across the entirety of this trove of scientific knowledge.