In June 2014, the Roundtable on Science and Welfare in Laboratory Animal Use organized a public workshop to discuss fundamental aspects of experimental design of research using animals and animal models, aimed at improving reproducibility. At this workshop, researchers from around the world explored the many facets of animal-based research that could contribute to irreproducible results, including perspectives on improving experimental planning, design, and execution; the importance of reporting all methodological details; and efforts to establish harmonization principles of reporting on the care and use of animals in research studies.
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