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.
Financial support for authors and quality peer-review publications should be guaranteed, as 16 physics societies pledge commitment to Open Access (OA) for physics research.
Open Science offers the opportunity to support more ethical, shared and accessible research in support of the Sustainable Development Goals.
IRD has made public and free data gathered in West Africa’s estuarine, lagoon and continental ecosystems.
Open access of scientific results will be an important topic during IYBSSD 2022. GYA, one of our supporters, is involved in this field.