Register to B·Debate: Open Science: from values to practice. Building a roadmap for transformative change
B·Debate: Open science: from values to practice. Building a roadmap for transformative change.
It is a joint initiative of Biocat and Obra Social “la Caixa”, is co-organized with the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), the University of Barcelona (UB), the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), the IrsiCaixa AIDS Research Institute and the Open University of Catalonia (UOC).
Registration closes on October 2, 2018. REGISTER HERE
... aims to open up the whole research cycle to society, reinforcing the idea of scientific knowledge as a public good;
The goal of this event...
... is to start building a roadmap for practicing Open Science, by gathering national and international experts from different disciplines and exchanging knowledge and good practices among participants.
Four main streams of Open Science will be focused:
- Open Access;
- Research integrity and reproducibility;
- Research evaluation;
- Stakeholder engagement.
The event itself will be a co-creation experience during dedicated working sessions, to build together specific recommendations with input from all relevant stakeholders.
The main outcome of this B·Debate will be a call for action on Open Science, with the potential to become a living guide for the implementation of Open Science in Catalonia and Spain. This will include concrete recommendations for different stakeholders, as has been done in the Netherlands or Portugal.
*** International Data Week 5-8 November 2018 - Registration Open!
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- RESEARCH4LIFE PARTNERS COMMIT TO FREE AND LOW COST ACCESS & TRAINING THROUGH 2025
- African Open Science Platform (AOSP): The Future of Science and the Science of the Future
- An example of an Open Science initiative shared by Dr Edwards: Extreme Open Science Initiative: A team of groundbreaking scientists at SGC, UNC and INSERM are now sharing their lab notebooks online. Read more papers presented at the ELPUB2018 conference and benefit from the many messages and work done globally
- Open Science for early-career researchers, by O'Neill, Gareth; Hn tkov, Eva; Science Impact Ltd, Volume 2018, Number 6, August 2018, pp. 64-65
- Data Driving Sustainability – the African Open Science Platform Project/ Ina Smith & Susan Veldsman (ELPUB2018
- The OPEN SCIENCE Training Handbook (FOSTER)
- FOSTER RECOMMENDATIONS on OPEN SCIENCE TRAINING
- Implement effective Open Data & Keep it alive with Open Data TOOLKIT (see sub-section: Training & Guides on Open Data & Data Management & Use & Interoperability)
- Registries for Open Data Repositories, Institutional Repositories, Policies, Journals
- Free Open Science training courses
- The case for 'Open Science': Do we need intellectual property law?
- EC Statement: 'Plan S' and 'cOAlition S' – Accelerating the transition to full & immediate Open Access to scientific publications (September 2018)
- The Open Revolution: Rewriting the Rules of the Information Age (Open Access book by Rufus Pollock, A/E/T Press, June 2018)
AIMS.FAO.ORG is looking forward towards creating awareness of the work done in Open Access, Open Data, Open Science through dialogue, capacity development, collaboration and diversity, - in this way science can be advanced much faster, addressing the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).
And, thanks again for your interest !