about matcha metaresearch talks

This seminar series is a joint collaboration from NINA and IMeRG

The matcha metaresearch seminar series is a joint collaboration of The Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA) and the Interdisciplnary Metaresearch Group at the University of Melbourne.

The inspiration for this collaboration was the number of people in both groups who wished to hear from people in the other group.


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The link to the matcha metaresearch seminar will be shared by the matcha slack channel.

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Matthew Grainger is a computational ecologist with NINA, and Charles T. Gray is a research assistant with IMeRG, working towards completion of a dissertation in interdisciplinary computataional metascience.

Charles (she/her) considers herself a somewhat reformed musican. Educated, also, in mathematics, she can be a little obtuse.

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Matthew (he/him) has a sideline in pheasants.

Pheasant GIF from Pheasant GIFs


Matt and Charles being of the hermit in a cottage in a forest introverts, by nature, we are delighted to welcome Garima Gupta to the team as Matcha Scientific Communications.

Garima is an ecologist with a passion for Antartica. She enjoys a splash of R with her conservation.


The matcha metaresearch logo is a fontawesome icon, manipulated using inkscape.

# to install inkscape on linux
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:inkscape.dev/stable