How Europe’s €100-billion science fund will shape 7 years of research

peter.suber's bookmarks 2021-03-03

Summary:

"Horizon Europe is expected to mandate that grant recipients publish their results according to the principles of open science.

In particular, immediate open-access publishing will become mandatory for all recipients of Horizon Europe research grants, including those from the ERC, says Kütt. Scientists will be required to post an accepted, peer-reviewed version of their papers online at a ‘trusted repository’, according to a draft of the instructions for applicants, but it is unclear at this time which repositories will be acceptable. Grants will cover publishing costs for pure open-access journals, but not for hybrid publications. Authors must also retain intellectual-property rights for their papers...."

Link:

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-00496-z

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oa.new oa.europe oa.horizon_europe oa.funders oa.funders.public oa.policies oa.policies.funders oa.mandates oa.erc oa.speed oa.embargoes oa.green oa.rights-retention oa.fees oa.ore oa.repositories oa.open_peer_review oa.data oa.peer_review

Date tagged:

03/03/2021, 09:33

Date published:

03/03/2021, 04:33