Research reproducibility exists hand in hand with research integrity and good research practices.

Learn more about how peer review can improve manuscript reproducibility and strengthen research integrity in our recent round table discussion. Our panellists, Professor Max Cenci (clinical researcher in Dentistry from the Radboudumc, The Netherlands), Gráinne McNamara (Research Integrity / Publication Ethics Manager, Karger) and Marco Casola (Publication Manager, Karger), highlight some of the challenges researchers face in accessing and replicating data due to inadequate reporting and lack of transparency. They also stress the importance of researcher training, promotion of open peer review practices, peer-reviewer recognition and the adherence to reporting guidelines to effectively evaluate reproducibility in manuscripts.

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