During the 2016 LML summer school, Max and I ended up discussing the irreproducibility crisis in science, and that led to a draft manuscript, published today on the arXiv:1706.07773, see also this earlier blog post. Over the last few years several (apparently reproducible!) studies have come out that confirm the crisis. For instance, a survey of scientists, conducted by Nature, found that 70% of respondents had at some point tried but failed to reproduce a published result.
The second Science on Screen of the third series was presented by Semir Zeki (Professor of Neuroesthetics at UCL), who chose Dir Mark Levinson’s Particle Fever. Semir described how brain scans are now beginning to reveal centres of the brain associated with the aesthetic experience of beauty. Read more
London Mathematical Laboratory
8 Margravine Gardens
Everything you always wanted to know about Ergodicity Economics
Center for Sundhed og Samfund
3 December 2019
The Advent of Ergodicity Economics. An Overview of (Some) Results.
MPI MIS, Leipzig
7 January 2020
Pather Panchali + Presentation from Sunetra Gupta
Science on Screen
4 February 2020
Ergodicity Economics School
23 March to 3 April 2020