The participatory web becomes increasingly manifest in daily research routines and fundamentally changes the scientific research and publishing processes.

The transdisciplinary Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 examines the associated changes and contributes to establish Science 2.0 as a new transdisciplinary academic discipline.

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News from the alliance

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Jenseits von #FakeScience: Wie wir falsche Gewissheiten in der Wissenschaftskommunikation überwinden können

Unter dem Hashtag #FakeScience wird derzeit diskutiert, ob betrügerische Zeitschriftenverlage dabei sind, das Vertrauen in die Wissenschaft zu zerstören. Tatsächlich jedoch haben die altbekannten „Predatory Publisher“ nie die beschworene Vertrauenskrise ausgelöst – sondern sind vielmehr ein Randphänomen eines veralteten, ohnehin problematischen Verständnisses der Bewertung von Forschungsleistungen. Mit seit vielen Jahren etablierten Ansätzen wie Preprints und insbesondere Open Peer Review ließe sich die Gesamtsituation verbessern und zugleich den „Predatory Journals“ der Markt entziehen. Weiterlesen …


News on Science 2.0 and Open Science (Newsletter July 2018)

Around the research Alliance and its partners Strategy Process of the Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 The Leibniz Research Alliance has initiated a strategy process. Representatives of the member institutions participated in a two day workshop from 11 – 12 June in Hamburg to develop some impulses for the future of the research alliance. Goal […]


OSPP-REC: Towards the European Open Science Agenda

The Open Science Policy Platform The mandate of the Open Science Policy Platform (OSPP), which has been running for two years now, is to advise the Commission on how to further develop and practically implement open science policy, to radically improve the quality and impact of European science, support policy formulation and implementation, and to offer best practices for open science. As a stakeholder driven advisory board, representing European universities, research organisations, academies, publishers, funding organisations, libraries, young researchers, open science platforms, and citizen scientists, the OSPP aims at giving advice to the Commission as well as directly to the […]


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