The Good Science Project is a small non-profit focused on improving science funding, i.e., making it more innovative and effective. Our main website is here, and our newsletter will help you stay up to speed on all of our activities (articles, podcasts, etc.).
The Good Science Project is led by Stuart Buck, who spent several years working in philanthropy on these issues. He helped launch the Center for Open Science, Vivli, the Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford, the Stanford Center for Reproducible Neuroscience, the Yale Collaboration on Research Integrity and Transparency, and the Evidence-Based Medicine DataLab at Oxford. He was instrumental in creating the TOP Guidelines, the world’s most widely-adopted standards for scientific publication. His grantmaking was featured in Wired, the Economist, the New York Times, and the Atlantic, among many others. The president of the National Academies of Science and Medicine (Marcia McNutt) has said, “I cannot imagine how much progress would have been made in furthering open science without your leadership.”