The second ‘Open Science in the South’ symposium held in Cotonou, Benin Republic, in October 2022, was a great success and resulted in many recommendations.
While quantum mechanics might be Ana María Cetto’s big passion, the Mexican physicist has devoted much of her time and energy to promoting a broader scientific endeavor – open science.
Many of Europe’s biggest facilities in physics-related disciplines have just cemented a long-term deal to commit to sharing and processing open data.
Prof. Jeff Camkin is a water and sustainable development specialist. He told Frontiers Science News the importance of democratizing science worldwide and implementing open science with the help of UNESCO.
A news site, LaLIST, has retweeted a recent post of iybssd.org, where President, International Science Council, spoke on making ‘open science’ a reality.
Science ouverte au Sud. Gestion et ouverture des données de la recherche : Panorama et perspectives en Afrique
Le colloque international Science ouverte au Sud est le lieu où scientifiques, professionnelles/professionnels de l’information et représentantes/représentants d’institutions de recherche, d’organisations en charge de politiques de recherche échangent sur les enjeux de la science ouverte et partagent leurs expériences. En 2019, la première édition s’est tenue à Dakar. La « Déclaration pour le partage et…
To make open science a reality, three key issues, as a priority, ought to be advanced globally, according to Peter Gluckman, President of the International Science Council (ISC).
The Data Access Community of Practice will be hosting its second webinar tagged: “Open Science for Everyone,” billed for June 14, 2022.
Two manuscripts by IIASA researchers showcasing cutting-edge developments, highlighting open science, have been recognized by the scientific journals where the works were published.
Two years after 193 Member States passed a resolution at a UNESCO General Conference in 2019, the ‘Open Science Recommendation’ has been adopted.