Open Science – föreläsningsserie vid Stockholms universitet | Open access i Sverige

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From Google Translate: "In connection with our research data project in the fall of 2016, we noted that there was a need to create an arena where research support functions and perhaps even the researchers themselves could take some examples from different disciplines conditions for open access to research data. In connection with one of the project participants Lars Arvestad, lecturer at the Department of Numerical Analysis and Computer Science (abbreviated NADA), offered to the project talk about how bioinformatics work with storage and data sharing was born the idea of ​​making a public lecture on the topic Open Science. We saw an opportunity to not only limit ourselves to the conditions locally at Stockholm University, but also contribute to the national efforts for open science.

In the lecture series, we have invited engaged and interested researchers in the natural sciences and humanities disciplines from various universities. These have both overall and with specific examples from their daily described his vision of open science, the opportunities and challenges that exist and how they work with open access. We have also invited other actors working with open science research infrastructures or other research support function."


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Date tagged:

05/24/2017, 23:48

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05/24/2017, 19:48