Jan Velterop interview: further opening science thanks to a cultural shift - EuroScientist Webzine

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"Jan Velterop is one of the small group of people who first defined 'open access' in the Budapest Open Access Initiative, which was published in early 2002. He has worked in science publishing since the mid-1970’s. At the beginning of his career, he worked at Elsevier, in The Netherlands, and after a stint in the regional mainstream press moved to London to work subsequently at Academic Press and then Nature. Afterwards, he became involved in BioMed Central, the first commercial open access science publisher. Later, he joined Springer, as director of open access. He then left to help further develop approaches based on the semantic web as a means to accelerate scientific discovery. Since 2009, he is involved in the Concept Web Alliance, as one of the initiators. In this exclusive interview with EuroScientist, Jan Velterop gives his views on how scholarly publishing is going to play a role in the evolution of research towards more open science, and ultimately speed up the scientific process ..."



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Date tagged:

06/24/2015, 09:16

Date published:

06/24/2015, 05:15