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.

Take a look at our explanatory video:


News from the alliance

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Konkrete Ratschläge für nachhaltigere wissenschaftliche Softwareprojekte

Neben der Umsetzung der FAIR-Data-Prinzipien für Forschungsdaten beschäftigen wir uns an der TIB auch mit der nachhaltigen (Weiter-)Entwicklung, Nutzung und Publikation von Forschungssoftware. Dieser Blogpost stellt einen Zwischenstand des Aufbaus dieser Kompetenzen dar und leitet eine Serie ein, die ähnlich den schon erklärten FAIR-Prinzipien für Forschungsdaten konkrete Beispiele und Handlungsempfehlungen für wissenschaftliche Softwareprojekte aufzeigt. Weiterlesen …

While European Union Open Access Goals May be Unrealistic, Survey Findings Indicate Progress for Open Science

Posted in: en.hypothesesEven through in his recent news item, David Matthews concludes that the European Union’s 2020 target…

Research data infrastructure development: The pros and cons of user involvement

FAIR use of data is one of the hot topics on the science policy agenda. To achieve FAIR Data or even publicly accessible data, appropriate research data infrastructures (RDIs) are needed. There are various national, transnational and international developments of information infrastructures or research data infrastructures that are currently being conceptualized, implemented or further emerging. Notable examples are the “National Open Science Cloud” in the Netherlands, the “Open Research Data Infrastructure” in the UK, the “Australian Research Data Cloud”, the German Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) or the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). The mantra of user involvement Nowadays, along with […]

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