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Solutions in… Automated Quality Reporting

Reproducibility is at the heart of scientific research – or at least it should be. Not only does it prove the rigor of research, it lays the foundations for the transparency and credibility of projects conducted. But there is growing concern about the number of studies with irreproducible results. Digital Science portfolio company, Ripeta, has developed an AI tool that scans manuscripts for the proper reporting of scientific method components to detect and predict the reproducibility of scientific research. Here, we speak to Leslie McIntosh, CEO of Ripeta, to find out how such tools can help advance scientific research.

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Maryam Mahdi

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After finishing my degree, I envisioned a career in science communications. However, life took an unexpected turn and I ended up teaching abroad. Though the experience was amazing and I learned a great deal from it, I jumped at the opportunity to work for Texere. I'm excited to see where this new journey takes me!

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