Trust is a beautiful thing. But you shouldn’t need it to evaluate the quality of science.

IGDORE is a small, location independent and private, research institute dedicated to transparency in general, and in particular to open scientific practices. By making the whole research process transparently and publicly available we make it possible for anyone to easily review the quality of our research. Ethical applications, preregistration documents, research materials, research data and the final reports – it will all be freely available in digital archives.

We conduct own research and will with time offer non-formal higher education in psychology and research methods. We have a coworking space for researchers and students in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia (soft opening Nov 29, 2017; grand opening Jan 2018) with separate rooms dedicated to lectures and data collections. Researchers from any part of the world will be able to hire us to collect and prepare scientific data for them in Indonesia (contract research; planned to start during 2018). We also have an international team of research assistants that can be hired to conduct research related work in external and internal projects. We offer scientific openness support to researchers from any part of the world who want to start practising open science.

Founder, Director & Board member: Dr. Rebecca Willén
Board members: Dr. Etienne LeBel and Daniel Berntsson (financial investor; co-founder of Mullvad)

Photos from IGDORE’s first non-virtual coworking space for scientists and students, located in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. Photographer: Petra Sinatria.