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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Knowledge Exchange Report: About Federated Research Data Infrastructures (FRDI)

The best-known initiatives in the planning of Federated Research Data Infrastructures (FRDI) the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and, on a national level in Germany, the National Research Data Infrastructure (Nationale Forschungsdateninfrastruktur, NFDI). However, there are already existing examples as the Generic Research Data Infrastructure (GeRDI) or the German Federation for Biological Data (GFBio) and others on infrastructures, which might help to better understand what ‘federated’ means, its features and how to address outstanding challenges. Eighteen similarly federated research data infrastructures in Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK have been studied and their features analysed. We talked […]

Auf dem Weg zum nächsten Level: Interview zu Open Science in Finnland

Open Science scheint fest im finnischen Wissenschaftssystem verankert zu sein. So bieten viele finnische Universitäten umfangreiche Informationen und Open Science Guidelines an. Darüber wollten wir gerne mehr erfahren und befragten Dr. Pirjo-Leena Forsström (Development Director, CSC, Secretary-General for Finnish Open Science and Research Initiative) zu Open Science in Finnland. CSC ist das finnische IT-Zentrum für die Wissenschaft. Wie würden Sie die heutige Situation von Open Science in Finnland beschreiben? Wir bewegen uns zum nächsten Level, auf dem Open Science keine spezifischen Unterstützungsaktionen benötigt, sondern den Stakeholdern überlassen werden kann. Siehe die „Evaluation of Openness in the Activities of Research Organisations […]

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