Reproducibility is a topic that goes beyond academia, it involves many stakeholders with different perspectives. In this second volume (aiming to cover all articles of 2021), JRepNeurosci brings three different perpectives on reproducibility issues and how to tackle them by librarians, community organizations and industry. We thank the authors to share these views and the contributing reviewers.
The Journal for Reproducibility in Neuroscience publishes articles from attempts to replicate entire studies or single experiments. It provides a forum for sharing results that support or contradict articles previously published in the scientific literature of basic and applied neuroscience: anatomy, behavior, biochemistry, bioinformatics, cell biology, genetics, physiology and pharmacology. We also welcome commentaries, mini-reviews and articles on the topic of reproducibility in science.