If you are planning to conduct experiments in UUBF's facilities, please make sure to carefully read through the important information section on this website.

Publish your results

1. ARRIVE guideline

When preparing your data for publication, please refer to the ARRIVE (Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments) guideline for reporting experiments including animals. While this guideline is not thought to be a strict manual for designing experiments, but rather for reporting your methodology and findings after performing a study, it can nevertheless be of use already before performing epxeriments.

2. Supplementary Information and upload of raw data

In addition to reporting your methodology detailed in accordance with the ARRIVE guideline, consider making your raw data, experimental protocols and analysis available to the scientific community by including it as supplementary material in your publication. In case this is not possible due to constraints from the publisher, consider hosting it on a public webserver or uploading it to a repository.

Alternatively, consider publishing your research on a preprint server such as bioRxiv. Many journals allow posting of manuscripts on preprint servers prior to publication. For additional information, consult this list of journals.


The backbone of all Experiments

A well-designed experiment is more likely to yield meaningful results while minimising the risk of unforeseen errors.

From design to Result

Put your plans in practice using UUBF's facilities, equipment and expertise.

gain insights

Get them most out of your data by optimising your data analysis.

Report your findings

Make sure you provide the most value to the scientific community by publishing your results in a clear and concice way.

Last modified: 2021-03-24