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Building Trust in Science

The scientific community produces a staggering body of work each year. Yet researchers simply do not have the time to carefully evaluate each article they come across, creating space for substandard research to slip into our publications. A staggering 50-85% of published research is unreproducible. Ripeta tackles this problem by providing a quick and accurate way to assess the trustworthiness of research.

Ripeta aims to make better science easier by identifying and highlighting the important parts of research that should be transparently presented in a manuscript and other materials. Effectively a ‘credit report’ for scientific publications, the tool rapidly screens and assesses manuscripts for the proper reporting of scientific method components. Ripeta focuses on assessing the quality of the reporting and robustness of the scientific method rather than the quality of the science.

Improving the reproducibility of science

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ripetaReview quickly scans research articles to identify and record key reproducibility variables.


ripetaReport provides a snapshot or baseline review of key reproducibility data for a specific journal, funder, agency, or portfolio.

ripeta in the news

Trusting Science in the Time of Coronavirus

When evaluating science, consumers of research should look to reproducibility, not journal brand.

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The importance of quality research

Ripeta CEO, Dr. Leslie McIntosh, speaks about the importance of quality scientific research in the time of COVID-19.

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The Anatomy of a Data Availability Statement (DAS)

Including a DAS helps confirm a study, promotes stronger research transparency, and improves trust in science.

How to write a DAS

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Comment on Proposed Epa data sharing policy

The NYTimes published an article based on a proposed EPA policy that put forth three options of new rules on which EPA policies should be based.

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