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Open science is inherent in SETAC’s vision and intrinsic in the strategic goals of advancing science and promoting science-based decision making.

SETAC supports open science and open data. We hold that open science should also be rigorous science steeped in research integrity. We affirm that open data should meet the FAIR principles and thus should be: Findable; Accessible; Interoperable; and Reusable. 

Resources - Open Data Guidelines

SETAC Technical Issue Paper: Recommended Minimum Reporting Information for Environmental Toxicity Studies

Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments (ARRIVE) guidelines

Minimum Information About a Microarray Experiment (MIAME) guidelines

Minimum Information about a high-throughput SEQuencing Experiment (MINSEQE) guidelines

Related Pages

SETAC Science Ecotoxicity Data Usability