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Open Access-Strategie des BMBF – ein wichtiger Lückenschluss

Mit seiner Open Access-Strategie strebt das Bundesministerium für Forschung und Bildung (BMBF) an, Open Access zum Standard zu machen, und stellt darin grünen und goldenen Weg gleichberechtigt nebeneinander. Damit gewinnt Open Access an Fahrt und bereitet möglicherweise den Weg für ein noch stärkeres Bekenntnis zu Open Science.   Am 20.09.2016 hat das BMBF seine Open…


European Open Science Cloud in digital media

Guido Scherp and Johanna Kuhnert gave a report in the current B.I.T. issue about the 3. International Science 2.0 conference which took place at the beginning of May. A main emphasis was put on the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) – highly topical and much discussed at the moment. At EU level first steps can […]


From Vision to Action? The Amsterdam Call for Action on Open Science

At the Amsterdam Conference on Open Science hosted by the Netherlands’ EU Presidency on April 4 and 5 2016 the Dutch presidency presented the Amsterdam Call for Action on Open Science. It formulates twelve action items striving for full Open Access for all scientific publications and a new approach for optimal reuse of research data…


Synchronising Open Science and Open Innovation

The last six months show that key priorities of the European Commission in the European Research Area (ERA) need to be synchronised – in particular for Open Innovation and Open Science there seem to be sensible reasons for such a synchronisation. How this can be done with the help of Science 2.0 is outlined in…


Synchronising Open Science and Open Innovation

The last six months show that key priorities of the European Commission in the European Research Area (ERA) need to be synchronised – in particular for Open Innovation and Open Science there seem to be sensible reasons for such a synchronisation. How this can be done with the help of Science 2.0 is outlined in…


Science 2.0 and Open Science: Similar but still different

by Anna Maria Hoefler, Willi Scholz, Klaus Tochtermann Open Science and Science 2.0 get more and more attention in the scientific dialogue but the difference between both concepts is often unclear. The latest confusion started through the use of the two terms on the European level. The European Commission conducted a public consultation on “Science…