National Academies Kicks Off Open Science Study | American Institute of Physics

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"The National Academies Board on Research Data and Information recently formed an ad hoc committee, sponsored by the John and Laura Arnold Foundation, to conduct an 18-month study focusing on how to “move the [scientific] research enterprise toward open science as the default for scientific research results.” The committee is chaired by Alexa McCray, co-director of the Center for Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School, and most of its members are university professors.

At its first meeting on July 20, the committee heard from several invited speakers who described current policies and practices for facilitating open science. The committee’s efforts will culminate in a report with findings and recommendations for the research enterprise."


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Date tagged:

07/28/2017, 14:43

Date published:

07/28/2017, 09:41