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Is there a reproducibility crisis in science?

Two animations address the concern about reproducibility in science.

The first, by Matt Anticole, is a TED-Ed animation about published studies that fail to replicate their original findings. This animation shows the consequences of these reproducibility issues and suggests some possible ways to combat them.

The second video, produced by Nature, also tackles this critical topic highlighting its impact on scientific integrity and policy-making.

Together, these animations emphasize the importance of robust, replicable research practices, not just for the advancement of science but also for the formulation of evidence-based policies.

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