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2021 Winners:

Highly commended 

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Reproducibility recognitions

Reproducibility is central to HDR UK’s values.  In an effort to recognise and reward practices which support reprocubility and reuse, applicants were asked to highlight any practices employed by their team that supporting reproducibility and reuse – such as (but not limited to) pre-registration, use of reporting guidelines, FAIR data, open source software, registered reports, etc.

This year’s Reproducibility Recognition recipients, selected as exemplars of good practice, include:

Further information 

Last year, this award went to Model that estimates excess deaths from COVID-19 – team lead Amitava Banerjee, UCL, HDR UK London.

Read more about 2020’s winners

If you have any questions, please email: enquiries@hdruk.ac.uk. 

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