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This webinar provides a first-hand look at how the IT team at the University of Colorado Boulder's BioFrontiers Institute supports core facilities and research laboratories while ensuring scientific reproducibility.

Scientific reproducibility is a growing challenge in biomedicine and many other disciplines. While the biological literature is becoming more open, and data is becoming more widely shared, code written in a biomedical context is often not reproducible.

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