Reproducibility in science has become highlighted as one of the major concerns of today’s scientific practice (1, 2, 3). The way scientific careers are designed, in which promotions are based on number of published papers and impact factor of the corresponding journals, might be one of the reasons behind this current challenge. Many researchers start their careers based on these published results, and you can imagine how frustrating can be when they are unable to reproduce them. It is simply a waste of time, money and produces undesirable impact in scientist’s health.
In this forum you, as a scientist, will have the opportunity to show your peers if relevant pieces of scientific literature can be reproduced or not. In this way, your peers will feel more confident about starting a new project or applying for a new grant from a solid foundation, reproduced by independent scientists.