Replication lies at the heart of the scientific method: experimental results must be independently verified to strengthen the credibility of the findings. That’s the theory. But what of the practice? Brian Nosek, a John Templeton Foundation grantee and co-founder of the Center for Open Science (COS), is putting the practice to the test.
Sinai and Synapses is a project that launched two years ago by Rabbi Geoff Mitelman to bridge the gap between science and religion and explore big questions through both perspectives. Now, two initiatives aimed at deepening the engagement between Jewish thought and modern science have been launched by the organization.
As part of the John Templeton Foundation’s continuous improvement to our grantmaking process, we are pleased to announce two (2) distinct grant application programs in 2016.
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