How [and why] should early career researchers engage with open science? – Callum J. Macgregor

lkfitz's bookmarks 2016-08-28


"So, if you’re an ECR and you haven’t yet thought about making your science open, try one, or two, or all of these steps. Once you realise that open science is a delight that brings huge benefits, rather than a chore that brings extra work, I guarantee you’ll be converted."


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08/28/2016, 12:58

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08/28/2016, 08:58